"...just what the doctor ordered. A true he/she bonding
opportunity! Two thumbs up!" -- Dave E. David, M.D.
Nationally recognized Board Certified Obstetrician and creator of
the video "Making Womb For Baby"
"We love this fun and refreshing
approach to calming pregnancy fears for moms and dads." -- Ellie &
Melissa, co-founders of the nation's #1 maternity concierge and
consulting company and planning experts for WebMD, DisneyFamily,
Baby Zone, and Pregnancy Magazine.
"A must-read if you're expecting. Duffy
and Zakour share the honest truth about those exciting nine months
and beyond. Spiced with humor, their suggestions will truly help
expectant parents understand each other and what's happening in
baby's first apartment--the womb!" -- Blythe Lipman, author of "Help!
My Baby Came Without Instructions," host of the Baby and Toddler
Instructions radio show, and expert with 25+ years of experience in
"A practical, delightful book chock
full of valuable guidance for the expecting couple and gives them an
expert map to embark on life's greatest adventure." -- Stevanne
Auerbach, PhD., Dr Toy Author, Smart Play Toys
"A great approach to a very challenging
subject, and a book every father-to-be should read..." -- John McPherson, Author, "Ten Simple Rules for
Being a Better Parent in a World Turned Upside Down"
About the Author
Author Shannon Duffy lives in Palm
Springs, California, with her two sons, a cat, a pack of coyotes, a
family of raccoons, and one lone skunk. When not role playing as
Mother Nature, she enjoys going for motorcycle rides and teaching
arts and crafts to young kids. Visit her online at:
Co-author John Zakour has written for syndicated comics and
comedians, such as Rugrats, Grimmy, Dennis the Menace, and
The Tonight Show, and has his own syndicated comic, Working
Daze. He's been the weekly cartoonist for Geek.com, sold
cartoons or gags to hundreds of journals, magazines and web sites,
and was a regular contributor to Nickelodeon magazine. The
Plutonium Blonde (DAW), his humorous sci-fi mystery co-written
with Larry Ganem, was named one of the top thirty science-fiction
books of the year by The Chronicle of Science Fiction who
called it, "the funniest SF book of 2001." John later went on to
write six other books for DAW. Find him online at