Pregnancy and Birth Books can be a handy reference guide.
Here’s a list of pregnancy books for Australian mums.
Watch the Youtube Videos answering many common pregnancy questions.
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- The Complete Australian Guide to Pregnancy and Birth. Jodie Wilson and Sophie Walker, 2023
- What to Expect When You’re Expecting. Murkoff, 2009
- The Australian Pregnant Book Dr Derrick Thompson. Wenderbella Press 1st Ed. 2009
- Up The Duff: The Real Guide To Pregnancy. Kaz Cooke, Penguin books
- The Complete Handbook of Pregnancy. Wendy Rose-Neil
- Caesarean Birth : A reassuring guide for Australian Parents : Zena Armstrong. Penguin
- Precious Babies: Pregnancy, Birth and Parenting After Infertility, Brian, Piatkus Books, 2011
- Birth Skills with Sarah Murdoch, Sundin, Allen & Unwin 2007
- Feeding the Bump, Nutrition and Recipes for Pregnancy, by Lisa Neal.
Books for you and your baby
- Mental Health Checklist after Birth – Beyond Blue
Preparing for your birth
Breathe and Birth – Hypnobirthing and Pregnancy Support
Nourish Baby – Online Pregnancy and Birth Classes
- Breastfeeding: Getting Breastfeeding Right for You. Mary Renfrew
- The Breast Feeding Guide for Working Women: Annie Price and Nancy Ramford
Books about Babies and Toddlers
- Toddler Taming. Christopher Green, Double Day Publishers
- Baby and Child, Penelope Leach, Fontana
- Crying Baby, Sleepless Nights. Sandy Jones, Nelson
- Becoming Better Parents. Maurice Balson, H & M Lovegrove
- The Montessori Toddler, Simone Davies, Hiyoko Imai, Simone Davis
Recommended By Patients
- Baby Love. Robin Barker, PAN
- Save Our Sleep, Tizzie Hall
Nutrition for Pregnancy and Infants
- The Happy Baby Cookbook, Australian Women’s Weekly 2012, ACP Books
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