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We find that our clients seek  ownership of their childbearing year, and appreciate information to guide decision-making as need arises during pregnancy, postpartum, and beyond.

We offer this abbreviated list of recommended reading for parents-to-be, partners, families, support persons, and anyone else interested in learning more about childbirth options and common interventions, parental health, and other matters pertaining to pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum, nutrition, lactation, and more. 

If you need tailored recommendations,
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The Birth Partner

This book is an excellent resource for ALL labor partners, from dads to doulas to dear friends and more.

The Doula Book

Looking for more information about how a doula can help you? This book will give you all the resources you need to make an informed choice for your birth.

Natural Childbirth the Bradley Way

The material in this book gives women (and their partners) the information they need to assert a greater voice in their own care.

The Thinking Woman's Guide

Birth activist Henci Goer offers gentle guidance on avoiding unnecessary procedures, drugs, restrictions, and tests.

Mind over Labor

Carl Jones shows expectant parents how to prevent the fear associated with childbirth using mental imagery.

Birthing from Within

Pam England provides an excellent resource for those looking to experience wholly natural childbirth, with an introspective viewpoint toward labor and birth.

The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding

This book, published by La Leche League, is an excellent resource for mothers getting started with breastfeeding and looking for general help and advice.

The Happiest Baby on the Block

How will you soothe and comfort your baby after birth? Dr. Karp offers excellent advice on creating a womb-like environment for your newborn.

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