Friday, October 05, 2007

WITM's First Giveaway! Mama Knows Breast, By Andi Silverman

Exciting News!

Andi Silverman and Quirk Books are giving away a copy of her fabulous book Mama Knows Breast: A Beginner's Guide To Breastfeeding!

That's right.

Want to win it?

Leave a comment below telling me why you need/want this book and I will pick the winner at random on November 1st!

One more thing:
Please leave a way for me to contact you if you want the book! (i.e. email, weblink, etc.)


From the back cover:

"Breastfeeding may be natural, but it isn't always easy. Mama Knows Breast is the essential new mom's guide to nursing-full of friendly, frank and reassuring advice. Here is all the information you need to get through breast feeding's ups and downs...."

From Mother-Talk:

"Written by a mom who has been there, and packed with anecdotes by women from a variety of backgrounds, Mama Knows Breast is a beautifully illustrated gift for new mothers everywhere."

For more information on the book, visit the site.
Check out an interview with the author!
Just finished making the rounds, check out all the reviews at Mother Talk!
Direct Link To My Review Of Mama Knows Breast


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14 comments:

  1. I'm considering on breastfeeding. Therefore, I'm very interested in this book. :)

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  2. I'd love to win because a friend of mine is having twins! I'm sure she could really use this book :)

    anastasia_falling@yahoo.com

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  3. I'd love a copy to give to my midwife to add to her library.

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  4. I had such a hard time trying to master breastfeeding my twins and never did get it right. I'm so determined to do it this time since there will only be one baby to train, and I need all the help I can get!

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  5. I'd love to win this book for my cousin. She is due with her first baby and is a little nervous about trying to breastfeed!

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  6. I'd like to win this book for a few reasons. I am currently nursing my 3 1/2 month old and it was soo difficult. I ended up pumping breast milk and I still give him bottles at night and nurse him during the day. The other reason why I would like to win this book is that I think it would be a great resource for me. I am a NICU RN and the moms I come into contact with need a lot of assistance and support breastfeeding since they are separated from their babies who may have an acute or chronic medical condition.

    jasonncaryn [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  7. I'm interested in breastfeeding, this sounds like a great book to dive into!

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  8. I am currently breastfeeding but I have been *plagued* with a low milk supply. I'm on Reglan, taking herbal supplements and pumping like crazy...still have the low supply. So anything and everything to encourage me to continue trying to make this work as best as it can is so appreciated. I feel this book would fall under the category of "anything and everything" and would probably be really useful for me right now. :)

    staceylea AT gmail DOT com

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  9. I would love to have this book for when I get married and have children of my own. This book sound interesting to read!!

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  10. I'd love to win the book for my daughters and my daughter-in-law. Thank you!

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  11. My friend is expecting a baby in May. I'm not sure how she feels about breastfeeding, but I'd love to send this to her and try one more way to persuade her that it's the most beautiful gift she'll ever give her baby. (My 11-month old breastfed baby is dozing in the next room!) (eradclif AT unm DOT edu)

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  12. I would love to get this book as a way to show people that breastfeeding is totally natrual and enjoyable! I breastfed my baby until she was 14 months old and I enjoyed it. I also have a cousin who is hoping to breastfeed her next baby (for various reasons she couldn't breastfeed her first) and I think that this would be an awesome book for her to read to show that she can do it!!

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  13. Maggie Smith10/24/2007 8:10 PM

    I am pregnant with my first baby and I am so afraid that I will not be able to breastfeed. I worry about it constantly! I could really learn a thing or two (or forty) from this book and it will hopefully help to ease my qualms!

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  14. I would love to win this book because I am about ready to give up on breastfeeding my 2nd child... my 1st is so active that it's hard to get my 2nd to pay attention to eating!

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