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This is the best book on bringing up babies I've ever read, and that's saying something. by Georgina Metcalfe -- Daily Mail, February 22, 2002
Deborah Jackson is a parenting author and freelance writer for newspapers and magazines including the Independent, Daily Mail and Guardian. She writes a regular column for Natural Parent. She has three children.See all Product Description
Love this book, it doesn't tell you what to do (get enough of that) just what others have done in the past and around the world.Published 12 months ago by Williams
We should never get too confident on the being parents front. There are practices all over the world that are just as effective, even if a little unconventional by our standards. Read morePublished 21 months ago by JLet
Im a UK new mother living half the year in Borneo, I when I came back to Uk there are so many different routines they say to follow, let then cry? Dont do this? Dont do that? Read morePublished on 19 Aug. 2013 by michelle
There are some amazing, interesting and disturbing facts and stories in this book. I am a big fan of Deborah Jackson and find her research into this area so educational.Published on 10 Mar. 2013 by janifitz
I have read 2 other books by this author and this one lacks the substance the other two have. I have read "Three in a bed" and "letting go as children grow" and compared to them... Read morePublished on 16 Jun. 2012 by hostelgirl
This book helped me to realise how bizarre some of our modern western childbirth and parenting techniques actually are. Read morePublished on 12 May 2011 by cj
I bought this book as a gift for my sister-in-law as I have a copy myself and I love it! It is a fab book which details how pregnancy, birth and parenting is done around the world. Read morePublished on 21 Aug. 2010 by Sugar and Spicer
I borrowed Baby Wisdom from our library when I was 6 months pregnant with my first baby. I must say I was lucky to read it during pregnancy because it simply opened up my mind to... Read morePublished on 29 Aug. 2007 by S. Exner