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A is for Advice (the Reassuring Kind): Wisdom for Pregnancy. Ilana Stanger-Ross, $21.00

Practical, reassuring, and beautifully written, A is for Advice provides a brief and compelling reflection on pregnancy, birth, and the early postpartum period for expectant mothers of all kinds — whether you prefer a water birth at home or a scheduled C-section in a hospital, whether you believe in painkillers or an all-natural labor, breast milk or formula, this book speaks to you and your pregnancy. Written in the approachable and friendly tone of a best-friend blogger but informed by the insight of a Registered Midwife, A is for Advice seeks to comfort and inspire, providing realistic and soothing advice at a time when most women desperately seek out information.


Ancient Map for Modern Birth: Preparation, Passage, and Personal Growth During Your Childbearing Year. Pam England, $38.00

The integrative model of childbirth described in this book will provide women with the information needed to prepare for birth, how to think and feel about labor, and how to tell their story. During their childbearing year, women traverse two paths at once: an inner path of psychological and spiritual awareness and an outer path of practical approaches to birth in modern-day culture. The book combines scientific research with meditation, ceremony, art, and mythic stories, which not only prepares childbearing women to go beyond their edge into uncharted territory but to find their way home again. The underlying message throughout is not to strive for a perfect birth but to be mindful of the mythic journey, of all the mothers who have come before — an awareness that leads not only to the birth of a child but to the birth of a new self.


Awake at 3am: Yoga Therapy for Anxiety and Depression in Pregnancy and Early Motherhood. Suzannah Neufeld, $24.95

Pregnancy and new motherhood are often thought of as the most joyful, exciting, and blissful times in your life — but they can also be difficult and overwhelming. Yoga therapy offers practical mind-body tools (simple breath, movement, and mindfulness practices) to support you and provide solace, steadiness, and ease in difficult times.

Perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs) are the number one “complication” of birth. They affect not just moms who suffer, but also the families who care about and rely on those moms. More than twice as many moms suffer from PMADs as gestational diabetes. Yet while robust support and treatment options exist for diabetes, moms who suffer emotionally are rarely acknowledged. Instead of receiving help, they are handed platitudes like “Sleep when the baby sleeps,” “Let go of stress because it’s bad for the baby,” or “Just enjoy every minute because it goes by so fast.” This can be a lonely and confusing place to be — suffering profound fear or sadness at a time when your friends and family expect you to be happy, radiant, and beatifically calm.

As a therapist supporting women's mental health and those recovering from perinatal mood disorders and trauma since 2003, Suzannah Neufeld is keenly aware of the special needs of women during pregnancy and the first year of motherhood. Synthesizing modern psychotherapeutic research with practical yoga therapy, Neufeld offers a compassionate, acceptance-based approach that meets women (and their partners) wherever they are.

Awake at 3 a.m. contains short, digestible chapters that are perfect for when you are feeling exhausted or overwhelmed. Neufeld skillfully dismantles the myths and internal beliefs that contribute to the suffering of new mothers, and tells her own story with honesty and humor. The yoga practices are designed to fit into your life as it is now — no flexibility, mat, special clothes, or 90-minute yoga class required.

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Birth and Breastfeeding: Rediscovering the Needs of Women During Pregnancy and Childbirth. Michel Odent, $30.95

Humanity, argues Michel Odent, stands at a crossroads in the history of childbirth — and the direction we choose to take will have critical consequences.

At a time when pleas for the 'humanization' of childbirth are fashionable, the author suggests, rather, that we should first accept our 'mammalian' condition and give priority to the woman's need for privacy and to feel secure. The activity of the intellect, the use of language, and many cultural beliefs and rituals — which are all special to humans — are handicaps in the period surrounding birth. Says Odent:

“To give birth to her baby, the mother needs privacy. She needs to feel unobserved. The newborn baby needs the skin of the mother, the smell of the mother, her breast. These are all needs that we hold in common with the other mammals, but which humans have learned to neglect, to ignore or even deny."

Expectant parents, midwives, doulas, childbirth educators, those involved in public health, and all those interested in the future of humanity, will find this a provocative and visionary book.


Birth Without Fear: the Judgement-Free Guide to Taking Charge of Your Pregnancy, Birth, and Postpartum. January Harshe, $23.49

An inclusive, non-judgmental, and empowering guide to pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum life that puts mothers first, offering straightforward guidance on all the options and issues that matter most to them (and their partners) when preparing for a baby.


Canada’s Pregnancy Care Book. Mount Sinai Hospital Toronto, Michèle Farrugia, Jacqueline Thomas & Paul Bernstein, $34.95

Written by three leading obstetricians and researchers, this balanced, practical and informative  guide to everything related to pregnancy takes readers from preconception through to the birth of their newborn.

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The Complete Book of Essential Oils for Mama & Baby: Safe, Natural Remedies for Pregnancy, Birth, and Children. Christina Anthis, $22.95

All expecting and experienced moms know that finding safe remedies to treat the needs of you and your little one is easier said than done. Whether it’s morning sickness, anxiety, or a simple case of the sniffles, essential oils are an affordable and all-natural alternative to alleviate aches and pains. The Complete Book of Essential Oils for Mama and Baby is your comprehensive guide to the ins and outs of how, when, and why to blend essential oils for any age or stage of motherhood.

Highlights of The Complete Book of Essential Oils for Mama and Baby include:

  • Non-Brand Specific Recipes: choose your own favorite brand of essential oils to use with these simple and adaptable recipes
  • Drop Recommendations By Age: essential oil drop recommendations for ages 3–6 months, 6–24 months, 2–6 years, and 6+ years
  • 200 Safe and Effective Treatments: for common ailments during pregnancy, delivery, postpartum, and beyond
  • Herbal Healing 101: detailed profiles of 30 versatile plants for comprehensive understanding of the medicinal properties, common uses, and precautions for each

The Complete Organic Pregnancy. Deirdre Dolan & Alexandra Zissu, $21.00

In this exhaustively researched book, the authors (calmly) talk parents-to-be through everything from the safest laundry detergent to which crib mattresses contain toxic flame retardants. You'll find out how to choose the right face cream, plastic water bottles, household cleaners, types of fish, and much more — all with an eye toward keeping you and your baby safe and healthy.


Dad’s Expecting Too! Harlan Cohen, $20.99

Expectant fathers, mothers, new dads and new moms all share advice, tips, and stories about the surprises, questions, and joys ahead.

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Debunking the Bump: What the Data Really Say About Pregnancy's 165 Biggest Risks and Myths. Daphne Adler, $26.99

Pregnant women are bombarded with "risk factors" they must avoid from the moment the stick turns pink. Heroic mothers-to-be sacrifice their favorite foods and activities for the sake of their baby, but with such long lists of "don'ts" and conflicting information, it is easy to feel overwhelmed. Daphne Adler, a mathematician, management consultant, and self-proclaimed "numbers junkie" turns her expertise to pregnancy and the real research behind the risks. With thousands of cited sources, Adler wades through the research to reveal which factors are truly threats to a healthy pregnancy and which are simply red herrings or old wives' tales. From cheese to sex to saunas, Debunking the Bump sheds light on everything expectant mothers need to know to avoid the real risks without skipping the sushi.


A Deeper Shade of Blue: a Woman's Guide to Recognizing and Treating Depression in Her Childbearing Years. Ruta Nonacs, $32.00

Depression affects women almost twice as often as men and while depression may strike at any time, studies show that women are particularly vulnerable during their childbearing years. Dr. Ruta Nonacs, a senior member of the Center for Women's Mental Health at Massachusetts General Hospital and mother of two children herself, confronts the issues of pregnancy-related depression, including:

  • Becoming pregnant while being treated for depression and depression during pregnancy
  • Pregnancy loss
  • Infertility-related depression and the effects of fertility treatments
  • Understanding the effects of maternal depression on spouses and family
  • Postpartum depression and anxiety

Dr. Nonacs also looks at many of the complicating factors that occur during the span of a woman’s childbearing years including education, career, marriage, and child rearing and discusses how depression often takes hold during potentially stressful times. Honest and compassionate, A Deeper Shade of Blue gives women who are experiencing a pregnancy-related depression the information and support they need to realize the best possible outcome.


Epilepsy and Pregnancy. Stacey Chillemi & Blanca Vazquez, $22.00

An essential guide to any woman with epilepsy who needs clear, reliable information on pregnancy and related issues.

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The Essential Homebirth Guide: for Families Planning or Considering Birthing at Home. Jane Drichta & Jodilyn Owen, $18.99

More families than ever are choosing to birth at home. Midwives Jane Drichta and Jodilyn Owen answer questions about the kind of care, support, and information you need as you investigate whether this option is right for you. Birth can be an empowering and positive experience, and this book provides gentle guidance, with high regard for your wisdom and ability to successfully navigate your prenatal care, birth, and early mothering.

Enriched with real birth stories from new mothers, THE ESSENTIAL HOMEBIRTH GUIDE offers thoughtful, compassionate advice on a wealth of birthing topics, including:

• Building a supportive homebirth community • Caring for yourself and your baby from your pregnancy through the postpartum period • Communicating about your birthing plans with your midwife, your partner, and your family and friends • Deciding whether homebirth is safe for you • Educating yourself about common pregnancy-related issues • Preparing your home and your family for the big day 


The Expectant Father: the Ultimate Guide for Dads-to-Be, 4th Edition. Armin Brott & Jennifer Ash, $18.50

This information-packed, month-by-month guide incorporates the expertise of top practitioners in their fields, from obstetricians and birth-class instructors to psychologists and sociologists. It also draws from Brott's own experience as a father of three and from the real-world experiences of the thousands of dads he's interviewed. With the humor of New Yorker cartoons and Brott's gentle approach, The Expectant Father serves as a friendly and readable companion for dads-to-be seeking confidence, guidance, and joy.


Expecting Better: Why the Conventional Pregnancy Wisdom Is Wrong — and What You Really Need to Know. Emily Oster, $23.00

Numbers are not subject to someone else’s interpretation — math doesn’t lie. Economist Emily Oster set out to inform parents-to-be about the truth of pregnancy using the most up-to-date data so that they can make the best decisions for their pregnancies. The results she found were often very surprising.  

Oster debunks the myths of pregnancy using her particular mode of critical thinking: economics, the study of how we get what we want. Oster knows that the value of anything — home, an amniocentesis — is in the eyes of the informed beholder, and like any complicated endeavor, pregnancy is not a one-size-fits-all affair. And yet medicine often treats it as such. EXPECTING BETTER presents the hard facts and real-world advice you’ll need. Any expectant mother knows that the health of her baby is paramount, but she will be less anxious and better able to enjoy a healthy pregnancy if she is informed... and can have the occasional glass of wine.  

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Expecting Mindfully: Nourish Your Emotional Well-Being and Prevent Depression During Pregnancy and Postpartum. Sona Dimidjian & Sherryl Goodman, $24.50

Unlike other mindfulness resources for moms and moms-to-be, this compassionate book is grounded in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, a proven program. The authors are leading experts on the emotional challenges of pregnancy and early parenting--and how to overcome them. Guided meditations and gentle yoga practices help you build crucial skills to prevent depression, ease anxiety, and minimize stress during this unique and important phase of your life. Clear suggestions for how to follow the program day by day are accompanied by moving reflections from a "circle of mothers" working through the same steps. In a convenient large-size format, the book features journaling exercises and other practical tools (you can download and print additional copies as needed). The companion website also includes audio downloads narrated by renowned meditation teacher Sharon Salzberg, plus video clips of prenatal yoga practices.


Finding Calm for the Expectant Mom: Tools for Reducing Stress, Anxiety, and Mood Swings During Your Pregnancy. Alice Domar, $23.00

Pregnancy is exciting and exhilarating, but it can also be physically and psychologically demanding. You may be anxious and find yourself on an emotional roller coaster. And that is okay. Feeling stressed and moody are very normal reactions to the changes your body is going through. High levels of stress and anxiety are not good for you or your baby, but there are ways to cope with and counteract these feelings, put them in perspective, and bring peace to your pregnancy. It is indeed possible to learn new skills that will enable you to thrive.

Finding Calm for the Expectant Mom includes mind-body techniques that can relieve stress, anxiety, and moodiness. With the tools and problem-solving approach presented here, you can adjust your expectations, restructure negative thought patterns, cultivate resilience, and not only meet the challenges of pregnancy, but happily anticipate the most amazing experience of your life: becoming a mother.


From Here to Maternity: Pregnancy and Motherhood on the Autism Spectrum. Lana Grant, $19.95

Exploring the challenges of becoming a mother with autism, Lana Grant draws on her experience of pregnancy and motherhood before and after diagnosis to offer advice to other women and the professionals working with them. Her stories, humour and personal reactions to her experiences offer real insight into this aspect of life on the spectrum.

From physical and emotional changes, through to changes of routine and a lack of sleep, Lana Grant explains what women on the spectrum should expect in pregnancy and motherhood, as well as preparing them for the inevitable unexpected. Her stories of learning to make allowances for her feelings, and her witty anecdotes offer support and a like-minded voice to women on the spectrum. She discusses everything from learning to understand the language used by medical professionals, who to tell what and when, and the dangers of over-sharing, through to sensory challenges during and after delivery, what to expect from staff in the hospital, and the social challenges of interacting with other mums before and after the birth.

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From the Hips. Rebecca Odes & Ceridwen Morris, $26.99

A comprehensive, open-minded, uncensored, totally honest guide to pregnancy, birth and becoming a parent. From the Hips includes a wide range of voices and approaches and reflects the many ways of being pregnant and parenting without suggesting that there is one right way.


Gestational Diabetes DVD. InJoy Productions, $39.99 (22 minutes) Note: InJoy DVDs are for Home Use Only; and for sale only within Canada. All other users can contact Parentbooks for more information

This program teaches pregnant women who have gestational diabetes how to keep their blood glucose in a safe and healthy range for the remainder of their pregnancy. It explains the condition, the risk factors and covers healthy food choices, physical activity, medications and more.


Healthy Beginnings: Giving Your Baby the Best Start, from Preconception to Birth, 5th Edition. Nan Schuurmans, the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada, $19.95

Healthy Beginnings is a uniquely Canadian handbook that guides the reader through pregnancy, from preconception to birth. An all-inclusive resource, this handy guide will be especially useful for its Canadian resources.


The Healthy Pregnancy Book: Month-by-Month, Everything You Need to Know from America’s Baby Experts. William Sears, Martha Sears, Linda Holt & BJ Snell, $22.00

This comprehensive, month-by-month guide to all stages of pregnancy – from preconception through birth – addresses what’s normal, what’s not, and what to expect at every stage of your journey.

  • Growing a healthy baby
  • Eating right and keeping fit
  • Concerns and questions about tests, technology, genetic counseling, and birth options
  • Working while pregnant
  • Transitioning to parenthood
  • And much more...

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In the Womb. Peter Tallack, $33.00

Based on National Geographic’s acclaimed television presentation, In the Womb offers a stunning look into the world of the developing human. In the Womb was created by a team of obstetric and imaging technology experts using 3-D ultrasound and the remarkably beautiful and award-winning models of David Barlow. Compelling and extraordinary, it captures both the science and the magic of reproduction.


The Informed Parent: a Science-Based Resource for Your Child's First Four Years. Tara Haelle & Emily Willingham, $27.00

The latest scientific research on pregnancy, home birth, toilet training, breastfeeding, sleep training, vaccines, and other key topics — to help parents make their own best-informed decisions.

In the era of questionable Internet “facts” and parental over-sharing, it’s more important than ever to find credible information on everything from prenatal vitamins to screen time. Credible scientific studies are out there — and they’re “bottom-lined” in this book. The ultimate resource for today’s science-minded generation, The Informed Parent was written for readers who prefer facts to “friendly advice,” and who prefer to make up their own minds, based on the latest findings as well as their own personal preferences. Science writers and parents themselves, authors Tara Haelle and Emily Willingham have sifted through thousands of research studies on dozens of essential topics, and distill them in this essential and engaging book.


Kid Gloves: Nine Months of Careful Chaos. Lucy Knisley, $25.99 (graphic novel format)

If you work hard enough, if you want it enough, if you’re smart and talented and “good enough,” you can do anything.

Except get pregnant.

Her whole life, Lucy Knisley wanted to be a mother. But when it was finally the perfect time, conceiving turned out to be harder than anything she’d ever attempted. Fertility problems were followed by miscarriages, and her eventual successful pregnancy plagued by health issues, up to a dramatic, near-death experience during labor and delivery.

This moving, hilarious, and surprisingly informative memoir, Kid Gloves, not only follows Lucy’s personal transition into motherhood but also illustrates the history and science of reproductive health from all angles, including curious facts and inspiring (and notorious) figures in medicine and midwifery. Whether you’ve got kids, want them, or want nothing to do with them, there’s something in this graphic memoir to open your mind and heart.

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The Kind Mama: a Simple Guide to Supercharged Fertility, a Radiant Pregnancy, a Sweeter Birth, and a Healthier, More Beautiful Beginning. Alicia Silverstone, $27.50

In The Kind Mama, Alicia Silverstone has created a comprehensive and practical guide empowering women to take charge of their fertility, pregnancy, and early months with baby. Drawing on her own experience, as well as that of obstetricians, midwives, nutritionists, holistic health counselors, and others, Silverstone offers advice on getting one’s "baby house" in order through nutrient-rocking foods that heal and nourish, and, once pregnant, gentle ways to boost comfort, energy, and health during each trimester. She helps readers navigate everything from prenatal testing and birth plans to successful breastfeeding and creating a supportive "baby nest." The result is an authoritative, one-stop guide that empowers women to trust their instincts during this vital milestone, while helping them embark on a healthy and more vibrant path to motherhood.


Like a Mother: a Feminist Journey through the Science and Culture of Pregnancy. Wendela Whitcomb Marsh, $21.00

Like most first-time mothers, Angela Garbes was filled with questions when she became pregnant. What exactly is a placenta and how does it function? How does a body go into labor? Why is breast best? Is wine totally off-limits? But as she soon discovered, it’s not easy to find satisfying answers. Your obstetrician will cautiously quote statistics; online sources will scare you with conflicting and often inaccurate data; and even the most trusted books will offer information with a heavy dose of judgment. To educate herself, the food and culture writer embarked on an intensive journey of exploration, diving into the scientific mysteries and cultural attitudes that surround motherhood to find answers to questions that had only previously been given in the form of advice about what women ought to do — rather than allowing them the freedom to choose the right path for themselves.

In Like a Mother, Garbes offers a rigorously researched and compelling look at the physiology, biology, and psychology of pregnancy and motherhood, informed by in-depth reportage and personal experience. With the curiosity of a journalist, the perspective of a feminist, and the intimacy and urgency of a mother, she explores the emerging science behind the pressing questions women have about everything from miscarriage to complicated labors to postpartum changes. The result is a visceral, full-frontal look at what’s really happening during those nine life-altering months, and why women deserve access to better care, support, and information.

Infused with humor and born out of awe, appreciation, and understanding of the female body and its strength, Like a Mother debunks common myths and dated assumptions, offering guidance and camaraderie to women navigating one of the biggest and most profound changes in their lives.


Mayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy. $24.99

A trusted resource for parents-to-be, the Mayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy covers every aspect of pregnancy — from fertility/infertility concerns through birth. This comprehensive resource includes guidance on eating well; updates on baby’s development and mom’s physical and emotional changes; as well as practical tips of working; travelling; and planning for parenthood.

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The Mindful Mom-to-Be: a Modern Doula's Guide to Building a Healthy Foundation from Pregnancy through Birth. Lori Bregman, $22.95

Strengthening your own foundation is one of the very best beginnings you can give your child. In The Mindful Mom-to-Be, doula and pregnancy coach Lori Bregman guides you in your journey toward motherhood by empowering you to find what works best for you and your baby. In addition to concrete, prescriptive health information, including nutritional advice, natural remedies, developmental milestones, and techniques for labor, she offers simple and enjoyable spiritual and emotional exercises to help you prepare for motherhood. As Lori explains, you're not just birthing a baby; you're birthing yourself as a mom, too. With month-by-month advice, comprehensive checklists, and customizable birth plans, this is your indispensible, holistic companion for pregnancy, birth, and beyond.


The Mindful Mother: a Practical and Spiritual Guide to Enjoying Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond with Mindfulness. Naomi Chunilal, $20.95

The Mindful Mother shows you how to cultivate a daily practice of mindfulness, to be present, positive and truly engage in your life-changing journey through pregnancy, childbirth and early motherhood. The Mindful Mother explores how to approach everyday mothering scenarios and dilemmas from a more mindful and calm perspective, giving you the mindfulness tools to live with greater self-awareness, contentment and insight. Using clear mindfulness exercises and techniques, you can understand how your mind works, so you can enable it to work with you, rather than against you. So being a mother becomes a journey of self-discovery, as you get to know yourself more deeply, in the reflection of getting to know your child. The Mindful Mother empowers you to appreciate and fully live in each moment you share with your baby or child, to truly enjoy being the mother you are now.


Mindful Pregnancy: Meditation, Yoga, Hypnobirthing, Natural Remedies, Nutrition — Trimester by Trimester. Tracy Donegan, $26.00

Trimester by trimester, this beautiful book gives you safe self-care techniques to match your stage of pregnancy. Encouraging, practical advice from midwife and positive birth expert, Tracy Donegan, will help you to understand your body, relish your pregnancy, and bond with your growing baby.

Troubleshoot pregnancy aches and pains with appropriate exercises, quell morning sickness with natural remedies and food, bond with your baby through meditation and movement, and prepare your body and mind safely and healthily for childbirth using strengthening exercises and hypnobirthing techniques. Feel empowered to nurture and give birth to your baby with strength and confidence, and embrace your life as a new mum.

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Mindful Pregnancy & Birth: Nurturing Love and Awareness. Riga Forbes, $16.99

Focusing on the entire journey; from pregnancy through to early parenthood, this guide to living mindfully for expectant mothers helps prepare you for birth and improve your wellbeing with the ancient practice of mindfulness. When we talk about making something, it usually refers to creating, manipulating, or forming a material. In pregnancy, our bodies are wrapped up in doing all of these things at once, and on a grand scale. But in the act of making space in ourselves through mindfulness, none of these things apply. In Mindful Pregnancy & Birth we engage in an act of "not doing". Of not changing, but of simply "being" in the experience of ourselves. Pregnancy is a phase in which to reconcile what has been, with what will become. It is a process, a time of change, and even more so for a first-time mother. It is a recognition of our dreams for the future being in transit, in gestation, in the making.


The Mindful Way through Pregnancy: Meditation, Yoga, and Journaling for Expectant Mothers. Susan Piver, Editor, $19.95 (included CD of guided meditations)

This book and audio program brings together writings and simple daily practices for bringing the transformative power of mindfulness to this special time in your life.


The Mother of All Pregnancy Books: an All-Canadian Guide to Conception, Birth, and Everything in Between, 3rd Edition. Ann Douglas, $19.99

Whether you're an expectant parent or you're just thinking about it, this comprehensive guide features a non-bossy, fresh and fun approach to the greatest adventure life has to offer. Based on the best advice from over one hundred Canadian parents, this information is served up with a uniquely Canadian spin.

Never one to shy away from the tough topics, Ann Douglas addresses the concerns that all would-be parents have when facing pregnancy. With over 225,000 "Mother of All" books sold in Canada alone, Ann serves the inside scoop on what it's really like to have a baby — the straight goods on preparing your body for pregnancy; practical advice on how to increase your chances of conceiving quickly; the top ten worries for each trimester — with a hefty dose of reassurance. With a glossary of pregnancy- and birth-related terms and a sneak-peek at life after Baby, this is the manual for those looking for real-world advice to help them from conception to birth, and all that goes between!


The Motherly Guide to Becoming Mama: Redefining the Pregnancy, Birth, and Postpartum Journey. Jill Koziol, Liz Tenety & Diana Spalding, $25.00

An inclusive, holistic, evidence-based guide for pregnancy, birth, and the postpartum journey — created for modern moms by the experts at the Motherly online community.

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My Caesarean: Twenty-One Mothers on the C-Section Experience and After. Edited by Amanda Fields & Rachel Moritz, $21.00

“No one talks about C-sections as surgery,” writes SooJin Pate. “They talk about it as if it’s just another way — albeit more convenient way — of giving birth.” The twenty-one essays in My Caesarean add back to the conversation the missing voices of a vast, invisible sisterhood.

Robin Schoenthaler reflects: “A C-section for us meant life.” And yet, women who don’t give birth vaginally — by choice or necessity — often feel stigmatized. “My son’s birth was not a test I needed to pass,” writes Sara Bates. “As if growing a human inside another human for nine months then caring for it the rest of its life isn’t enough,” adds Mary Pan, herself a physician.

Alongside their personal stories, the writers — decorated novelists, poets, and essayists — address the history of the C-section as well as its risks, social inequities, impact on the body, and psychological aftermath. My Caesarean is a heartfelt meditation, offering much-needed comfort through shared experience.


The New Rules of Pregnancy: What to Eat, Do, Think About, and Let Go of While Your Body is Making a Baby. Adrienne Simone, Jaqueline Worth & Danielle Claro, $28.95

Finally, a calming pregnancy book that cuts through the noise to tell expectant mothers exactly what they need to know — and what they can stop obsessing about and over-researching. In The New Rules of Pregnancy, two leading OB-GYNs guide you, the modern pregnant woman, through all aspects of pregnant life in an easy-to-digest, compassionate, and motivating way. Instead of a detailed week-by-week look at your baby’s development, it’s all about you, and how to help your pregnancy go as smoothly as possible. It assumes an intelligent, busy reader (who, somewhere inside, is shouting, “Just tell me what to do!”).

Every aspect of pregnant life is covered — from the practical details (how to fly pregnant) to the complex issues (“What makes it postpartum depression?”). The book also covers that critical “fourth trimester” — “Nursing” and “How to Feel Like Yourself Again” — because once the baby is born, self-care typically goes out the window, and you really need someone to have your back. Its strong point of view and expertise come from gynecologist Adrienne Simone and obstetrician Jaqueline Worth — two renowned New York doctors dedicated to bringing patients the safest, calmest, least invasive pregnancies possible. The book’s voice — motivating, supportive, real — comes from Danielle Claro, coauthor of The New Health Rules.


Nurture: a Modern Guide to Pregnancy, Birth, Early Motherhood — and Trusting Yourself and Your Body. Erica Chidi Cohen, $26.95

Author Erica Chidi Cohen is a birth and postpartum doula, assisting families through labour and the transition into parenting. Her book, Nurture, is an all-in-one pregnancy and birthing book for modern mothers-to-be and their partners who want a more integrative approach.

This beautiful and comprehensive pregnancy companion covers everything from the beginning months of pregnancy to the baby's first weeks. Including supportive and encouraging self-care and mindfulness exercises along with more than 40 charming and helpful illustrations, here's everything a modern mama would want to know: fetal development, nutrition support for every month of pregnancy, making birth choices, the basics of breastfeeding, and more.

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Origins: How the Nine Months Before Birth Shape the Rest of Our Lives. Annie Murphy Paul, $18.99

What makes us the way we are? Some say it's the genes we inherit at conception. Others are sure it's the environment we experience in childhood. But could it be that many of our individual characteristics — our health, our intelligence, our temperaments — are influenced by the conditions we encountered before birth?

That's the claim of an exciting and provocative field known as fetal origins. Over the past twenty years, scientists have been developing a radically new understanding of our very earliest experiences and how they exert lasting effects on us from infancy well into adulthood. Their research offers a bold new view of pregnancy as a crucial staging ground for our health, ability, and well-being throughout life.


Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth. The Boston Women's Health Book Collective. $20.00

The trusted editors of Our Bodies, Ourselves, called “a feminist classic” by The New York Times, present a comprehensive guide to pregnancy and childbirth, from prenatal care and emotional well-being to how to handle the pain of childbirth.

Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth will help you sort fact from fiction, giving you the most accurate research, up-to-date information, and the firsthand experiences of numerous women who have been exactly where you are today. You’ll get the tools you need to take care of yourself and your baby during and after your pregnancy, from tips on eating well during pregnancy to strategies for coping with stress and depression. Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth is an essential resource for women that will guide you through the many decisions ahead.


Overcoming Baby Blues: a Comprehensive Guide to Perinatal Depression. Gordon Parker, Kerrie Eyers & Philip Boyce, $29.95

A practical guide to the depression suffered by many women both during pregnancy and after the baby is born, with advice on identifying the symptoms and seeking the right help, for both women and their partners.

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Pregnancy, Childbirth and the Newborn: the Complete Guide, Revised Full-Color, 5th Edition. Penny Simkin, Janet Whalley, Ann Keppler, Janelle Durham & April Bolding, $24.99

Available for the first time in full color, the up-to-date and authoritative pregnancy guide that has sold 1.5 million copies. Parents love this book because it puts them in control; experts love it because it's based on the latest medical research and recommendations from leading health organizations. Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn provides the information and guidance you need to make informed decisions about having a safe and satisfying pregnancy, birth, and postpartum period — decisions that reflect your preferences, priorities, and values.

Unlike pregnancy guides that can overwhelm and alarm by telling you up front all the things that can possibly go wrong, this book first describes normal, healthy processes, their typical variations, and the usual care practices for monitoring them. Only then does it cover possible complications and the care practices and procedures for resolving them. Throughout, the presentation is crystal-clear, the tone is reassuring, and the voice is empowering. And the language is inclusive, reflecting today's various family configurations such as single-parent families, blended families formed by second marriages, families with gay and lesbian parents, and families formed by open adoption or surrogacy. From sensible nutrition advice to realistic birth plans, from birth doulas when desired to caesareans when needed, from reducing stress during pregnancy to caring for yourself as well as your baby after birth, this pregnancy guide speaks to today's parents-to-be like no other.


Pregnancy Day by Day, 2018 Canadian Edition. Elaine Herer, et al, $50.00

Comprehensive health, fertility, planning, relationship, nutrition, fitness, and labor advice for Canadian parents from a team of experts for every single day of your pregnancy.

Count down your pregnancy day by day of each trimester with practical information plus 3D photos and illustrations for every stage of your baby's development. Look at every week of pregnancy, with a detailed section for each day showing how your baby is developing with advice on nutrition, health, and relationships, as well as Q&As with experts and moms. This updated and revised 3rd edition includes fully updated text to reflect changes in Canadian medical practice, Caesarean sections, non-invasive prenatal testing, fitness and nutrition recommendations for adapting special diets, maternity rights and benefits in Canada, and resources, plus up-to-date images.

Also covering labor, birth, and the first two weeks of your baby's life with cutting-edge photos and illustrations, Pregnancy Day By Day will be your pregnancy bible — every day.


The Pregnancy Encyclopedia. Canadian Edition with Dr. Beth Cruickshank, $46.00

The Pregnancy Encyclopedia is an engaging and accessible question-and-answer guide to some of the most commonly asked questions about pregnancy, packed with full-color photographs and illustrations.

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Pregnant on Prozac: the Essential Guide to Making the Best Decision for You and Your Baby. Shoshana Bennett, $19.95

PREGNANT ON PROZAC spells out the possible risks of anti-depressant use by expectant or new mothers, as well as the lesser known but no less serious risks to both baby and mother from untreated depression. Taking a pull-no-punches, and yet nonjudgmental approach, Dr. Shoshanna Bennett addresses:

  • The controversy — does the media exaggerate the risk?
  • The experts — finding and gathering your medical support team
  • Alternative treatments — acupuncture, cognitive behavioral therapy, relaxation techniques, nutrition …
  • The myths — do pregnancy hormones protect women from depression?
  • FAQs — will I be able to breastfeed? Will I pass depression (or OCD, or anxiety) on to my child?
  • Communication — how to talk to family and friends about this issue

Preparing to Breastfeed: a Pregnant Woman’s Guide. Teresa Pitman, $17.95

Are you pregnant? Are you wondering what you can do now to prepare for breastfeeding? Author Teresa Pitman has been working with pregnant and breastfeeding mothers for over 30 years as a La Leche League Leader, childbirth educator, and doula. She shares her wisdom with you and gives you concrete things you can do while pregnant to prepare for breastfeeding:

  • The Truth about Breastfeeding
  • How Breastfeeding Works
  • The Personal History of Your Breasts
  • Birth Plans and Breastfeeding Plans
  • What Your Baby Knows about Breastfeeding
  • First Feedings
  • More Milk!
  • Supplementing
  • Life with a Breastfeeding Baby
  • Your Breastfeeding Goals

This very practical book is a must for every pregnant woman. It is also helpful reading for people supporting a new mother — fathers, grandmothers, friends, and health providers.

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Raising Baby Green: the Earth-Friendly Guide to Pregnancy, Childbirth and Baby Care. Alan Greene, et al, $19.99

In this illustrated and easy-to-use guide, noted pediatrician Dr. Alan Greene, a leading voice of the green baby movement, advises parents how to make healthy green choices for pregnancy, childbirth, and baby care — from feeding your baby the best food available to using medicines wisely. Consumer advocate Jeanette Pavini includes information for making smart choices and applying green principles to a whole new universe of products from zero-VOC paints for the nursery, to pure and gentle lotions for baby’s delicate skin, to the eco-friendly diapers now in the marketplace, as well as specific recommendations for hundreds of other products.


Sacred Pregnancy: a Loving Guide and Journal for Expectant Moms. Anni Daulter, $23.95

SACRED PREGNANCY was written to help the pregnant woman journey within herself to prepare for the birth of her baby. With beautiful photos throughout, SACRED PREGNANCY also features a journal space for the pregnant woman to record her thoughts and feelings. Mothers-to-be are invited to look deeply at the issues unique to their journey and find a centered, peaceful place to live their pregnancy fully. Lastly, the book includes space for the new mother to record her birth story and a large resource section on various birthing options and supports for pregnant women.


The Science of Pregnancy: the Complete Illustrated Guide from Conception to Birth, Revised Edition. Sarah Brewer, et al, $45.00

Follow the amazing journey of the earliest stages of human life, with month-by-month development shown in unprecedented detail.

The complex concepts and processes of emerging life are demystified with clear, jargon-free text, while exclusive 3-D images, extraordinary photographs, and detailed illustrations illuminate every aspect of human pregnancy.

The largest section of the book examines the development of the baby in the womb and the parallel changes in the mother's body. Special 3-D art, illustrations, scans, and photographs show exactly how a baby changes and grows during pregnancy and how the female body adapts to carry it. A section on labor and birth explains these processes with step-by-step illustrations and easy-to-grasp text. The Science of Pregnancy also looks at the nature of human pregnancy, including how it evolved, and explores the anatomy and physiology of both the male and female reproductive systems. The mysteries of DNA and genetics are unraveled and explained in clear, illustrated detail, including patterns of inheritance and the interplay of genes and environment. Also provides straightforward, illustrated information on possible problems before, during, and after birth.

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Shamanic Wisdom for Pregnancy and Parenthood: Practices to Embrace the Transformative Power of Becoming a Parent. Anna Cariad-Barrett, $22.50

In this guide to consciously exploring the shamanic journey of pregnancy and parenthood, Anna Cariad-Barrett offers techniques and ceremonies to honor the transformation of becoming a parent and engage the sacred wisdom-keeper within. She provides tools and meditations to create personal shamanic medicine to support you and your family on this journey as well as connect with the wisdom of nature, expand your intuition, and explore altered states of consciousness. Restoring honor to the shadow side of parenthood, the author discusses the shamanic perspective on miscarriage, fertility, sexuality, postpartum stress and depression, blended families, and adoption as a form of birthing through the heart. She explains how to heal any deep psychic wounds from your birth family and transform negative beliefs you may hold about parenthood. She provides chapters on each trimester of pregnancy, offering specific teachings and techniques appropriate to each stage as well as conception, birth, and the postpartum period.

Whether you are preparing to welcome your first child or seeking spiritual support for the multidimensional experience of being a parent, the author shows how to reclaim and reconnect all the experiences of parenthood and how, through this rite of passage, we give birth to our most authentic selves.


The Simple Guide to Having a Baby. Janelle Durham, Penny Simkin, Janet Whalley & Ann Keppler, $19.95

The simple way to learn about pregnancy, giving birth, and caring for your baby. This accessible, easy-to-read guide is a simplified version of the best-selling Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn for expectant parents who want only the most important, need-to-know, how-to information. The book tells readers: how to stay healthy during pregnancy, how to handle labor pain and birth, and how to care for a new baby. Using clear and simple language, it includes:

  • Advice on what to do and what not to do during pregnancy
  • Descriptions of easy exercises to help you stay healthy and feel better
  • Information on what to expect during labor and birth
  • Ways to deal with childbirth pain
  • Helpful hints on breastfeeding and being a parent

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Strong As a Mother: How to Stay Healthy, Happy, and (Most Importantly) Sane from Pregnancy to Parenthood. Kate Rope, $24.99

Kate Rope's Strong as a Mother is a practical and compassionate guide to preparing for a smooth start to motherhood. Everyone knows the secret to having “the Happiest Baby on the Block.” This is your guide to being the Sanest Mommy on the Block. It will prepare you with humor and grace for what lies ahead, give you the tools you need to take care of yourself, permission to struggle at times, and professional advice on how to move through it when you do. This book will become a dog-eared resource on your nightstand, offering you the same care and support that you are working so hard to provide to your child. It will help you prioritize your emotional health, set boundaries and ask for help, make choices about feeding and childcare that feel good to you, get good sleep, create a strong relationship with your partner, make self care an everyday priority, trust your instincts, and actually enjoy the hardest job you will ever love.


Understanding Your Moods When You're Expecting: Emotions, Mental Health, and Happiness Before, During, and After Pregnancy. Lucy Puryear, $19.95

Lucy Puryear is a practicing psychiatrist and a pioneering expert in women's reproductive mental health. Through engaging personal stories reflecting her own practice, she illuminates the little-discussed feelings that are virtually universal for pregnant women and explains exactly what is happening to your hormonal system. Understanding Your Moods When You're Expecting gives readers the knowledge they need during this emotionally demanding time in their lives.


What No One Tells You: a Guide to Your Emotions from Pregnancy to Motherhood. Alexandra Sacks & Catherine Birndorf, $23.00

When you are pregnant, you get plenty of advice about your growing body and developing baby. Yet so much about motherhood happens in your head. What everyone really wants to know: Is this normal?

In What No One Tells You, two of America’s top reproductive psychiatrists reassure you that the answer is yes. With thirty years of combined experience counseling new and expectant mothers, they provide a psychological and hormonal backstory to the complicated emotions that women experience, and show why it’s natural for “matrescence” — the birth of a mother — to be as stressful and transformative a period as adolescence.

Here, finally, is the first-ever practical guide to help new mothers feel less guilt and more self-esteem, less isolation and more kinship, less resentment and more intimacy, less exhaustion and more pleasure, and learn other tips to navigate the ups and downs of this exciting, demanding time.

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What To Expect When You're Expecting, 5th Edition. Heidi Murkoff & Sharon Mazel, $23.95

With trademark warmth, empathy, and humor, the new edition of What To Expect When You're Expecting answers every conceivable question expecting parents could have, including dozens of new ones based on the ever-changing pregnancy and birthing practices and choices they face.


Your Best Pregnancy: the Ultimate Guide to Easing the Aches, Pains, and Uncomfortable Side Effects During Each Stage of Your Pregnancy. Jill Hoefs & Denise Jagroo, $27.95

Written by two physical therapists with over twenty years of combined experience helping women ease sore feet, aching backs, incessant peeing, and many other uncomfortable conditions, Your Best Pregnancy provides simple solutions and easy exercises to help women feel their best from head to toe. Through detailed photographs, illustrations, and down-to-earth advice that is both medically substantiated as well as easy to understand, you will learn how to:

  • Treat the most uncomfortable symptoms during pregnancy, such as back and shoulder pain, bladder issues, night cramps, sciatica, swelling, and varicose veins.
  • Maintain a healthy pregnancy, even while on bed rest.
  • Correctly strengthen the pelvic floor and core to prevent diastasis recti.
  • Nurse, lift, and care for a baby (or babies) using proper body mechanics to avoid strain and injury.

Your Pregnancy for the Father-to-Be, 2nd Edition. Glade Curtis & Judith Schuler, $16.00

Everything Dads need to know about pregnancy, childbirth, and getting ready for a new baby.

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Complete Booklist

A is for Advice (the Reassuring Kind): Wisdom for Pregnancy. Ilana Stanger-Ross, $21.00

Ancient Map for Modern Birth: Preparation, Passage, and Personal Growth During Your Childbearing Year. Pam England, $38.00

Awake at 3am: Yoga Therapy for Anxiety and Depression in Pregnancy and Early Motherhood. Suzannah Neufeld, $24.95

Birth and Breastfeeding: Rediscovering the Needs of Women During Pregnancy and Childbirth. Michel Odent, $30.95

Birth Without Fear: the Judgement-Free Guide to Taking Charge of Your Pregnancy, Birth, and Postpartum. January Harshe, $23.49

Canada's Pregnancy Care Book. Mount Sinai Hospital Toronto, Michèle Farrugia, Jacqueline Thomas & Paul Bernstein, $34.95

The Complete Book of Essential Oils for Mama & Baby: Safe, Natural Remedies for Pregnancy, Birth, and Children. Christina Anthis, $22.95

The Complete Organic Pregnancy. Deirdre Dolan & Alexandra Zissu, $21.00

Dad’s Expecting Too! Harlan Cohen, $21.99

Debunking the Bump: What the Data Really Say About Pregnancy's 165 Biggest Risks and Myths. Daphne Adler, $26.99

A Deeper Shade of Blue: a Woman's Guide to Recognizing and Treating Depression in Her Childbearing Years. Ruta Nonacs, $32.00

Epilepsy and Pregnancy. Stacey Chillemi & Blanca Vazquez, $22.00

The Essential Homebirth Guide: for Families Planning or Considering Birthing at Home. Jane Drichta & Jodilyn Owen, $18.99

The Expectant Father: the Ultimate Guide for Dads-to-Be, 4th Edition. Armin Brott & Jennifer Ash, $18.50

Expecting Better: Why the Conventional Pregnancy Wisdom Is Wrong — and What You Really Need to Know. Emily Oster, $23.00

Expecting Mindfully: Nourish Your Emotional Well-Being and Prevent Depression During Pregnancy and Postpartum. Sona Dimidjian & Sherryl Goodman, $24.50

Finding Calm for the Expectant Mom: Tools for Reducing Stress, Anxiety, and Mood Swings During Your Pregnancy. Alice Domar, $23.00

From Here to Maternity: Pregnancy and Motherhood on the Autism Spectrum. Lana Grant, $19.95

From the Hips. Rebecca Odes & Ceridwen Morris, $26.99

Gestational Diabetes DVD. InJoy Productions, $39.99 (22 minutes) Note: InJoy DVDs are for Home Use Only; and for sale only within Canada. All other users can contact Parentbooks for more information

Healthy Beginnings: Giving Your Baby the Best Start, from Preconception to Birth, 5th Edition. Nan Schuurmans, the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada, $19.95

The Healthy Pregnancy Book: Month-by-Month, Everything You Need to Know from America’s Baby Experts. William Sears, Martha Sears, Linda Holt & BJ Snell, $22.00

In the Womb. Peter Tallack, $33.00

The Informed Parent: a Science-Based Resource for Your Child's First Four Years. Tara Haelle & Emily Willingham, $27.00

Kid Gloves: Nine Months of Careful Chaos. Lucy Knisley, $25.99 (graphic novel format)

The Kind Mama: a Simple Guide to Supercharged Fertility, a Radiant Pregnancy, a Sweeter Birth, and a Healthier, More Beautiful Beginning. Alicia Silverstone, $27.50

Like a Mother: a Feminist Journey through the Science and Culture of Pregnancy. Wendela Whitcomb Marsh, $21.00

Mayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy. $24.99

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The Mindful Mom-to-Be: a Modern Doula's Guide to Building a Healthy Foundation from Pregnancy through Birth. Lori Bregman, $22.95

The Mindful Mother: a Practical and Spiritual Guide to Enjoying Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond with Mindfulness. Naomi Chunilal, $20.95

Mindful Pregnancy: Meditation, Yoga, Hypnobirthing, Natural Remedies, Nutrition — Trimester by Trimester. Tracy Donegan, $26.00

Mindful Pregnancy & Birth: Nurturing Love and Awareness. Riga Forbes, $16.99

The Mindful Way through Pregnancy: Meditation, Yoga, and Journaling for Expectant Mothers. Susan Piver, Editor, $19.95 (included CD of guided meditations)

The Mother of All Pregnancy Books: an All-Canadian Guide to Conception, Birth, and Everything in Between, 3rd Edition. Ann Douglas, $19.99

The Motherly Guide to Becoming Mama: Redefining the Pregnancy, Birth, and Postpartum Journey. Jill Koziol, Liz Tenety & Diana Spalding, $25.00

My Caesarean: Twenty-One Mothers on the C-Section Experience and After. Edited by Amanda Fields & Rachel Moritz, $21.00

The New Rules of Pregnancy: What to Eat, Do, Think About, and Let Go of While Your Body is Making a Baby. Adrienne Simone, Jaqueline Worth & Danielle Claro, $28.95

Nurture: a Modern Guide to Pregnancy, Birth, Early Motherhood — and Trusting Yourself and Your Body. Erica Chidi Cohen, $26.95

Origins: How the Nine Months Before Birth Shape the Rest of Our Lives. Annie Murphy Paul, $18.99

Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth. The Boston Women's Health Book Collective. $20.00

Overcoming Baby Blues: a Comprehensive Guide to Perinatal Depression. Gordon Parker, Kerrie Eyers & Philip Boyce, $29.95

Pregnancy, Childbirth and the Newborn: the Complete Guide, Revised Full-Color, 5th Edition. Penny Simkin, Janet Whalley, Ann Keppler, Janelle Durham & April Bolding, $24.99

Pregnancy Day by Day, Canadian Edition. Elaine Herer, et al, $50.00

The Pregnancy Encyclopedia. Canadian Edition with Dr. Beth Cruickshank, $46.00

Pregnant on Prozac: the Essential Guide to Making the Best Decision for You and Your Baby. Shoshana Bennett, $21.95

Preparing to Breastfeed: a Pregnant Woman’s Guide. Teresa Pitman, $17.95

Raising Baby Green: the Earth-Friendly Guide to Pregnancy, Childbirth and Baby Care. Alan Greene, et al, $19.99

Sacred Pregnancy: a Loving Guide and Journal for Expectant Moms. Anni Daulter, $23.95

The Science of Pregnancy: the Complete Illustrated Guide from Conception to Birth, Revised Edition. Sarah Brewer, et al, $45.00

Shamanic Wisdom for Pregnancy and Parenthood: Practices to Embrace the Transformative Power of Becoming a Parent. Anna Cariad-Barrett, $22.50

The Simple Guide to Having a Baby. Janelle Durham, Penny Simkin, Janet Whalley & Ann Keppler, $19.95

Strong As a Mother: How to Stay Healthy, Happy, and (Most Importantly) Sane from Pregnancy to Parenthood. Kate Rope, $24.99

Understanding Your Moods When You're Expecting: Emotions, Mental Health, and Happiness Before, During, and After Pregnancy. Lucy Puryear, $19.95

What No One Tells You: a Guide to Your Emotions from Pregnancy to Motherhood. Alexandra Sacks & Catherine Birndorf, $23.00

What To Expect When You're Expecting, 5th Edition. Heidi Murkoff & Sharon Mazel, $23.95

Your Best Pregnancy: the Ultimate Guide to Easing the Aches, Pains, and Uncomfortable Side Effects During Each Stage of Your Pregnancy. Jill Hoefs & Denise Jagroo, $28.95

Your Pregnancy for the Father-to-Be, 2nd Edition. Glade Curtis & Judith Schuler, $16.00

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For related titles, please see our booklists on Pregnancy & Childbirth; Breastfeeding; Twins & Higher Multiples; Postpartum Issues; Premature Babies; Fertility & Infertility; Pregnancy and Infant Loss.

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