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Chianta, Melissa
July 2004
Mothering;Jul/Aug2004, Issue 125, p72
This article discusses about various books related to child nursing. Robin Lim's "Eating for Two: Recipes for Pregnant and Breastfeeding Womem" provides ideas for imaginative, wholesome meals, as well as information on genetically engineered products and a food diary. "Baby Massage: The Calming Power of Touch" offers not only competent massage instruction, from pediatric nurse Nicki Bainbridge but also the perspective of child psychologist Alan Heath, who comments on touch and children's emotional development. "In Reflections From a Different Journey: What Adults With Disabilities Wish All Parents Knew," edited by Stanley D. Kelin, and John D. Kemp, people with various disabilities share wisdom on how to respect, empower, and comfort a disabled child.


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