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Language: English

Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap (Jun. 1973)

By: Frank Caplan(Author)

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The bestselling classic more than two million parents have depended on... "The First Twelve Months Of Life."

For over twenty years, this invaluable book has been helping parents understand their new babies: from what an infant knows and feels at each stage of development to what he or she needs from a parent to grow and thrive. Now completely updated to include the latest information on everything from breast-feeding versus bottle-feeding to coping with colic and choosing a reliable sitter, "The First Twelve Months Of Life" is the definitive child-care resource. Featuring:

--monthly grow charts that reveal how your baby's motor, language, mental, and social skills develop

--reassuring answers to the questions most parents ask

--brief overviews of what to expect from your baby each month

--proven techniques for soothing crying babies, solving sleep problems, and dealing with diaper rash, fear of strangers, and teething

--essential information on when to call a doctor and the best schedule for immunizations

-- plus more than 150 fascinating photos

Whether you're a first-time parent or an old hand, you'll find that "The First Twelve Months Of Life" offers a rewarding glimpse into your baby's world that will only deepen your appreciation of the wondrous strides he or she is about to make.

The bestselling classic more than two million parents have depended on... "The First Twelve Months Of Life.For over twenty years, this invaluable book has been helping parents understand their new babies: from what an infant knows and feels at each stage of development to what he or she needs from a parent to grow and thrive. Now completely updated to include the latest information on everything from breast-feeding versus bottle-feeding to coping with colic and choosing a reliable sitter, "The First Twelve Months Of Life is the definitive child-care resource. Featuring:--monthly grow charts that reveal how your baby's motor, language, mental, and social skills develop--reassuring answers to the questions most parents ask--brief overviews of what to expect from your baby each month--proven techniques for soothing crying babies, solving sleep problems, and dealing with diaper rash, fear of strangers, and teething--essential information on when to call a doctor and the best schedule for immunizations-- plus more than 150 fascinating photosWhether you're a first-time parent or an old hand, you'll find that "The First Twelve Months Of Life offers a rewarding glimpse into your baby's world that will only deepen your appreciation of the wondrous strides he or she is about to make. --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.


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Customer reviews:

  • By J. T on 13 November 2006

    I bought this based upon the other reviews, and have been totally disappointed.The book is about 15 years out of date, and recommends you do things that all others will tell you is wrong. For example, it actually says it is fine to put the baby to sleep, face down with its head pressed against the head board. All other advice will say that the baby should be on its back at the bottom of the cot.The book is also badly written, boring to read, almost depressing.Well past its sell by date, do not bother to buy this.We also bought Contented Little Baby, and the Pregnancy Bible. These are both fantastic and highly recommeded.

  • By J. Kelly on 6 October 2007

    This is a great book if you are interested in how babies develop in the first year. It is set out in months which means you can follow development in your own child with ease (unlike other child development books which group developments into topics such as emotional dev and social dev etc.).It gives you the psychological studies the information is based on so is still interesting for people with more than a laymans knowledge of the subject (I am a psychologist).Don't buy it if you are looking for a manual, though! It does not have lots of colourful pictures and basic advice. Do buy it if you are interested in more than just the usual pap written about the first twelve months - you won't be disappointed.One word of warning, though. The developmental milestones did seem quite advanced so don't be worried if your little one isn't keeping up!

  • By bossyboots on 2 February 2009

    whilst the cheap paper and cheap print lets this book down - it is still a great little book. Gives you info on the normal development of a healthy baby and stresses that whilst babies all tend to follow the same path - they do it in their own time. I found it very reassuring and helped me to understand what my little baby girl was going through and that she wasn't angry with me - just frustrated that she couldn't do all the things she wanted to!

  • By Ruth Durgin on 4 March 2016

    Loved this book for my kids and now 32 years later can give it to one of them for their baby pleasure.

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