Synopses & Reviews
This Book Will Not Tell You how to look after your baby. Your baby is your baby, and so utterly unique, it is not like any of the ones in the books. This Book Will Tell You all the information you need to breastfeed successfully . . . Along With some refreshingly honest discussions about childcare and original insights into all those things you may not have thought about . . . As Well As loads of fantastically funny illustrations . . . Plus it's square, so it'll stay open, and you can read it when you've got both hands full. The Food of Love explores all aspects of breastfeeding and babycare using words, pictures, personal insights, and humor. Kate Evans shares old ways with new parents: how to breastfeed, co-sleep, and choose babywear. Yet it's not prescriptive. Cribs, strollers, and even formula milk all have a part to play in good mothering. It's all about choice, and The Food of Love aims to support women in all of them.
Fresh and funny, this perfect gift for new mothers is a refreshingly different guide to breastfeeding. Packed with hilarious and stylish graphics, it will entertain the rest of us too: partners, friends and anyone who has ever wondered how it all works. A perennial favourite with breastfeeding counsellors and those working with new mothers, The Food of Love has the support of the professionals as well as of Kates many fans.
About the Author
Kate Evans is an active environmental campaigner who has been marrying words and images for political effect for ten years. Her award-winning comic reportage is characterised by an ironic, self-deprecating view of the impossibility of perfection in an imp