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Thought provoking and enlightening all at the same time.
It is every mother's entitlement to give the best to one's offspring and this book tells us clearly what it... Read more
I recommend this book to everyone I know! I only thought I knew about breastfeeding when I ordered a copy. Read morePublished on November 18, 2010 by Mama Maggie
This book is invaluable in increasing awareness and education about breastfeeding. It also exposes the negative social and financial implications our country suffers from not... Read morePublished on November 15, 2007 by Brittany
I was raised in a "breastfeeding family" but this book still was amazing. It should be required reading for college students in business ethics courses. Read morePublished on April 4, 2007 by elanorh
I can go over all the reason why to read this book, but it's easier to say you have to read it! If you have come across this book, you must be interested in breastfeeding, this... Read morePublished on February 4, 2007 by Shoe Gal
This definitive history of formula, pharmaceutical companies and infant death is highly readable, despite its depressing topic. Read morePublished on March 22, 2006 by Rebecca Allen
This book should be on every mother-to-be's MUST READ list. It goes into great detail about breastfeeding in other cultures, how the medical establishement derails a mothers... Read morePublished on January 3, 2006 by Renae
I just finished this book and it was great!
I read it on my pump breaks at work (funny, huh) and it was easy to read and pickup/put down many times. Read more
This is one of the most oustanding books on breastfeeding I have ever read. I was shocked at the info contained but am SO glad I read this book before I have children. Read morePublished on September 10, 2005 by Laura Wynn