"[Le-Bucklin] draws on her experience as an M.D. and a M.O.M. (mother of multiples) in this collection of fifty tips aimed at educating and encouraging parents of multiples. The advice covers the basics of pregnancy, birth and the early months of raising twins. This book particularly shines in its upbeat, positive presentation…Twins 101 is a welcome addition to any library of books about twins and multiples." — About.com (November 2008)
--This text refers to the Unknown Binding edition.
"Dr. Le-Bucklin’s unique and humane perspective makes her the perfect author of this much needed resource. Twins 101 is filled with practical advice and insights which will be welcome reading for all parents expecting or raising twins." — Henry Lee, MD, neonatologist, Stanford University
"This book contains high-yield, easy-to-read tips making it convenient for busy, on-the-go parents of multiples. Dr. Le-Bucklin demystifies the NICU and familiarizes readers with medical jargon that can be overwhelming to new parents. Nobody could have been better qualified to write this book than Dr. Le-Bucklin as a pediatrician and an amazing M.O.M."
—Henry J. Legere III, MD, pediatrician, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston; author, Raising Healthy Eaters: 100 Tips for Parents
"This is a fantastic reference for any parent who has twins or multiples. This book provides exceptional insight for parents of twins that can relieve stress and anxiety in a fast-paced life."
—Eric D. Schultz, D.O., M.P.H., pediatrician, Duke University Medical Center
At the same time, the book is informative, easy to read, and entertaining.
Twins 101 offers super easy to read, and even easier to find, tips on the topics we, as parents of twins, are most interested in.
Dr. Le-Bucklin brings together medical expertise and personal experiences in a concise, easy to read and understand format.
My daughter is having twins in April. I bought this book for me to more fully understand the responsibilites, difficulties, and the JOYS of having twins. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Marlene R. Sieben
Purchased this for my son & daughter-in-law who are expecting identical twin boys. This book is a good reference book that is easy to read with good info. Read morePublished 8 months ago by G Ferg
the expecting parents love this it really helped ease fears and answer questions specially for dad who is a only child and now going to have twoPublished 13 months ago by Evelyn
When I found out we were having twins I stopped looking at Single Baby items and books.
I like this book because:
A) She is a Doctor
B) She is the mother of... Read more
Wasn't what I thought it was going to be like.. Too much medical not enough Mom related to me... I need to know how to put them on a sleep routine.Published 16 months ago by Camillia Evans
Van-Le Bucklin deftly explains the many reasons why multiple births are "high risk" without alarming us. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Bonnie K. Markham
I have 22 month old twins and I was looking for some tips, but this book is 99% about the first year of life. I returned the book,Published 18 months ago by Beverly
Practical and helpful book that I purchases for my daughter-in-law and son who are expecting twins. Very helpful to both.Published 19 months ago by Donald M Powell
What's nice about this book is it's broken down into 50 separate tips that you can easily search and read quick and come back to. Read morePublished 21 months ago by K. Reis