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Mama Knows Breast

Mama Knows Breast
Author: Andi Silverman
Paperback: 160 pages
Publisher: Quirk Books

Book Description :

Breastfeeding may be natural, but it certainly isn't easy. That's why Andi Silverman wrote Mama Knows Breast, a beginner's guide that's full of friendly, frank, and reassuring advice. Readers will discover essential information on breastfeeding techniques, baby holds, and medical conditions. They'll also learn the straight scoop on gnawing infants, unexpected leaks, ill-fitting clothes, and bewildered spouses. Other topics include:

The pros and the cons of breastfeeding
When, where, and how to breastfeed in public
Feeling sexy in a nursing bra
Breastfeeding at the office

Written by a mom who has been there, and packed with anecdotes by women from a variety of backgrounds, Mama Knows Breast is a beautifully illustrated gift for new mothers everywhere.

About the Author
Andi Silverman is a mom, journalist, and lawyer who spent nearly ten years as an on-air television reporter. She writes the blog www.mamaknowsbreast.com and lives with her family in New York City.


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