Baby's First Skills Paperback – 2 Mar 2009
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About the Author
Dr Miriam Stoppard - doctor and a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, is the UK's best-known expert on pregnancy and birth. A popular medical writer, broadcaster, and newspaper advice columnist, she is trusted by millions of mums and dads for her clear, accessible advice. Find out more at www.dk.com/miriamstoppard.
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Top Customer Reviews
Absolutely loved this book. Gave it to my hubby & he read the whole book & thought the same too.
Its recommended for any parent that has though...what do I do with this baby.
The book is colourful with good layout and has easy to understand charts with simple description so that you do not have to spend ages reading masses of text. There are really good number of suggestions that help develop each particular skill. You will need to do additional homework to achieve the goals as the book does not all the information as it is more of a guideline. For example, unclenching hands and counting fingers to nursery rhymes will require you to find the appropriate nursery rhyme as the verse will not be provided.
The main thing to remember which is a also noted by Dr Stoppard is that each child's development is different and therefore take the book as a guideline and do not stress if they have not achieved the goals for the particular month. Use it a guideline / check list.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Looks very very good. Looking forwards to working through it with our little baby!Published 7 months ago by CR
The ideas in the book are amazing and the skills charts are very easy to follow however I found it difficult to work out which activities we should be doing due to the layout of... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amazon Customer