Not another parenting handbook I hear you moan, but hear me out.
It is no exaggeration to say that there has never been anything quite like this!
Leslie and Gene Hayden, authors of ‘Ask Baby A,’ have taken the latest scientific findings and information on perceptual abilities, language, physical skills and emotional growth, and presented in a unique and quirky format. Baby A, is not only the first ever baby columnist, she is perfectly equipped and experienced to answer the concerns of his peers, because, well…she is a baby!
“We made every attempt to consider the world from a baby’s perspective,” says Leslie Hayden who wrote the book with her sister, Gene Hayden. “If parents can sometimes be confused by their tiny little bundle, imagine how confusing two towering people, and their collection of in-your-face friends and family, must seem to the baby.”
For example, ‘Fly me to the Womb’ writes to complain about being passed around like a plate of party sandwiches at social gatherings; “What! The Bill Already?” asks for advice on how to deal with the nasty stares of fellow diners at restaurants; and “Brain not Brawn” worries about trying to keep up with Baby Jones next door.
“Baby A dispenses advice and philosophy wrapped in humor and underwritten by science,” says Dr. David Maresky, a prominent pediatrician with the
“Other parenting books present babies generically, this one does just the opposite. New parents love it!” says Leslie who adds that the book was previewed at new parent meetings. “The letters in ‘Ask Baby A’ confirm that infants really do have their own personalities and perspectives, which makes parenting a lot more fun.”
This book is beautifully presented with humorous illustrations throughout and offers advice and giggles in equal measure, making it the perfect gift idea for new parents, both mums and dad’s alike.
For examples of the hilarious letters Baby A answers and to get your free funny baby cards visit the Ask Baby A website.
Mum’s Lounge has 10 e-books of ‘Ask Baby A’ (valued at $9.99 each) up for grabs for ten lucky readers.
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