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Book Title: POP: 50 Amazing Secrets to a Successful Labor & Delivery or C-Section|
The author of the book: Pamela Peery
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Edition: Cassidy Press
Date of issue: May 6th 2014
ISBN 13: 9780988680104
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 31.37 MB
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POP: 50 Amazing Secrets to a Successful Labor & Delivery or C-section is a collection of advice from new moms who just gave birth. Over 10 years in the making, it is the best advice that more than 80 women had to offer, in their own words. It represents real moms reaching across time and space to hold the hand of pregnant women everywhere.
Small and portable, this new, must-have childbirth handbook gives fantastic advice, surprising tips & secret tricks that actually work. And the best thing is – it can be read in 3 hours.
It’s time to come out of the dark about having babies. This is the untold story of labor and delivery or C-sections, from women who describe what they wish they had known earlier.
Laugh with other women, and know a little more about what’s going to happen when that big day finally comes!
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Read information about the authorI graduated Aspen High School with a minor in skiing and all things mountain. I went on to enjoy 4 + years at the University of Colorado, where I received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art History, plus a minor in kegs and all-night cram sessions.
Of course, an art history degree opened all sorts of career doors. So I invested my talents in a glorious career as a Boulder County Court file clerk, after attending paralegal school because it was the career of the ’80s and “art historian” didn’t appear in help wanted ads.
It was then I looked up and realized that Boulder had mountains – and not just a courthouse and university. So I learned to rock climb when I wasn’t putting legal files in alphabetical order. As exciting as my day job was, I decided to up the intellectual ante and go to law school.
Law school – which entailed reading over a hundred pages a night and an occasional game of pool (at a Denver pool hall where professors would shoot balls with first years) – uncovered a love of words. This talent had a word – editor.
After graduating law school and passing the Colorado Bar Exam, I moved to Los Angeles. Lots of law firms there. So many they had their own newspaper, the Los Angeles Daily Journal, which happened to need an editor. While there, I edited and printed the writings of law professors, lawyers and judges. I was also hired as a legal writing law professor at Chapman University School of Law. I found my calling.
Until I got married and pregnant. Then things really became interesting.
I spent the next 11 years writing POP – a must-have childbirth handbook – filled with advice I wish I’d had when I was pregnant.