- Paperback: 40 pages
- Publisher: Pinter & Martin Ltd.; 1 edition (17 Oct. 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1905177526
- ISBN-13: 978-1905177523
- Product Dimensions: 21.5 x 0.3 x 21.2 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 132,131 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
You, Me and the Breast Paperback – Illustrated, 17 Oct 2011
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Monica gained a Diploma in Teaching Music at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Since 1996 she has been teaching music at a primary school, and takes part in radio programmes about education.
Monica's story telling ability makes its debut with "You, Me and the Breast," a story where mother and son share the positive experience of breastfeeding.
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Top Customer Reviews
I am currently pregnant and I have been using this book to show my little boy how the new baby will be with Mummy and feeding from Mummy like he did and I think that it has really helped my little boy to understand what will happen and he has been asking questions about the baby that he hadn't thought of before we read this story.
The main theme of the book is as the title suggests; about breastfeeding. Mum is seen nursing her little one in various scenarios e.g. while reading a book (about breastfeeding!), talking on her mobile, feeding while shopping and even exercising. It’s a lovely book portraying breastfeeding as a normal, natural part of growing up.
I love that the mums from the baby group or coffee morning in How You Were Born are back again now each with their breastfed newborn and each in different colourful outfits. The final spread shows mum saying goodnight to her little boy holding a copy of the book she has just read.
The story covers most aspects of breastfeeding, from birth, via co-sleeping, babywearing, coffee mornings, feeding in public, to teething and finally weaning. It's great for a gentle playful overview of how convenient breastfeeding is - you can do it while swimming, gardening, cooking, even exercising! - and how it contributes to a close bond.
The book provides lots of talking points and it's great that it presents attachment parenting as a completely normal way of life: parents and baby snuggle up together at night, baby is carried in a sling, and it's also nice to see an image of Dad feeding Mum while she is feeding the baby, to show that he is also caring for someone.
I think it's great to have a book especially dedicated to breastfeeding. Books are usually very useful when it comes to specific life events (books about moving house, getting a new sibling, going on holiday etc etc) in order to explain things to children in a way they will understand and provide them with an opportunity to think about events and ask questions.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had trouble working out who this book was aimed at. Some of the details are very specific (babywearing, feeding into toddlerhood) and wouldn't apply to all breastfeeding... Read morePublished on 23 Jan. 2013 by efm
I Purchased this book, to review it for my local Childrens centre,I loved it!. I have 3 young children myself, i wish this book had been published 7 years ago so i could have read... Read morePublished on 22 Feb. 2012 by chevonne Maguire
My two girls 3 and 6 both love this book and all breastfeeding mums I've shown it to love it too. Beautiful illustrations. Read morePublished on 2 Jan. 2012 by Ms. M. A. Mccarthy
This is a colourfully illustrated book about breastfeeding. It's simple story follows a mum and baby from birth to weaning, and mentions lots of memorable moments, such as... Read morePublished on 25 Nov. 2011 by K. Hall