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Creating Art At The Speed Of Life: 30 Days of Mixe&hellip by Pam Carriker
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant!!!, 8 July 2014
This book inspired me in so many ways, I don't know where to begin! I was so happy when I created my own journal, and it has been an amazing journey since. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in art journaling or learning more about mixed media art. A great place to begin, or to inspire and motivate a non-beginner. I will be buying all Pam's books :-)
Kiss Me!: How to Raise Your Children with Love by Carlos González
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I have mixed feelings about this book. It was a very interesting book to read, however I disagreed strongly with about half of the author's views on how to raise a child. Much of the book is opinion, not always based on sound evidence. The author appears to have observed a few children (possibly his own) and relies on this to advise the reader. I found the tone and philosophy quite old fashioned and a little patronising at times, particularly when the author made assumptions such as mothers wanting to be with their babies 24 hours a day. This is a modern world, and a variety of humans inhabit it. We are not all the same, nor are we like lions or rabbits! I would have liked to read a… Read more
Birth Matters: a midwife's manifesta by Ina May Gaskin
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I am a first year student midwife, and having read two of Ina May Gaskin's previous books, I was eagerly awaiting my copy of Birth Matters. I was not disappointed! The book is very informative and evidence-based yet easy to read. Midwives, parents-to-be, or anyone with an interest in childbirth will find this book fascinating. The author writes mainly from an american perspective, yet all nationalities and cultures would benefit from her wisdom, experience and insight. The book covers the history of childbirth and midwifery, feminism, the use of technology in childbirth, caesarean sections, and ends with the author's vision for the future. There is a chapter aimed at fathers-to-be and… Read more