Library

Selections from our library can be borrowed at any of our meetings or upon request.

Pregnancy and Birth
• Buckley, S., Gentle Birth, Gentle Mothering: The Wisdom and Science of Gentle Choices in Pregnancy, Birth and Parenting
• Connolly, Maureen, The Essential C-Section Guide
• Gaskin, I., Ina May’s Guide to Childbirth (2 copies)
• Mongan, M., Hypnobirthing
• O’Mara, P., Having a Baby Naturally: The Mothering Magazine Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth
• Weschler, T., Taking Charge of Your Fertility: The Definitive Guide to Natural Birth Control, Pregnancy Achievement and Reproductive Health

Breastfeeding
– Wiessinger, West, Pitman – The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding (2 copies)
– Palmer – The Politics of Breastfeeding
– Humphrey – The Nursing Mother’s Herbal
– West – Defining Your Own Success: Breastfeeding after breast reduction surgery
– Jacobsen – Mother Food: Food and herb that promote milk production and a mother’s health
– West – Making More Milk (2 copies)
– LLLI – Breastfeeding your Premature Baby
– Lang – Breastfeeding Special Care Babies
– Newman and Pitman – The Ultimate Breastfeeding Book of Answers
– Gromada – Mothering Multiples: Breastfeeding and Caring for Twins or More
– Simpson – Boost Your Breast Milk: An All-in-one guide for nursing mothers to build a healthy milk supply

Baby Care
– Sears – The Baby Book: Everything you need to know about your baby from birth to age 2
– Johnson – Babies in the Rain: Promoting Play, Exploration and Discovery with Infants and Toddlers
– Acredolo and Goodwyn – Baby Signs: How to Talk with your baby Before your baby can Talk
– Sears – The Vaccine Book: Making the right decision for your child
– Sears – The Fussy Baby Book: How to bring out the best in your high-need child
– Sears – The Attachment Parenting Book: A commonsense guide to understanding and nurturing your baby
– Stengler – Your Vital Child: The ultimate resource for using food vitamins herbs and other natural methods
– O’Mara – Natural Family Living

Motherhood

– Stadlen – What Mothers Do, especially when it looks like nothing
– Kramer – Buddha Mom: The path of mindful mothering
– Kendall-Tackett – The Hidden Feelings of Motherhood

Discipline
– Pantley – Kid Cooperation: How to stop yelling, nagging and pleading and get kids to cooperate
– Sears – The Discipline Book: how to have a better behaved child from birth to age 10

Working
• Mohrbacher – Working and Breastfeeding Made Simple

Sleep
• Gordon, J. and Goodavage, M., Good Nights: The Happy Parents’ Guide to the Family Bed (and a Peaceful Night’s Sleep!)
– Sears – The Baby Sleep Book: the complete guide to a good night’s rest for the whole family
– McKenna – Sleeping with your baby: a parent’s guide to co-sleeping
– Pantley – The No-Cry Sleep Solution: Gentle ways to help your baby sleep through the night
– Pantley – The No-Cry Sleep Solution for toddlers and preschoolers: Gentle ways to stop bedtime battles and improve your child’s sleep
– West – Sweet Sleep

Nutrition
– Kenda – Whole Foods for Babies and Toddlers
– Rapley – Baby-Led Weaning: the essential guide to introducing solid foods and helping your baby grow up a happy and confident eater
– Rapley – The Baby-Led Weaning Cookbook: 130 Recipes that will help your baby learn to eat solid foods and that the whole family will enjoy

Toddlers
– Flower – Adventures in Tandem Nursing: Breastfeeding during pregnancy and beyond
– Bengson – How Weaning Happens
– Bumgarner – Mothering your Nursing Toddler

Fatherhood
• Sears, R. and Sears, J., Father’s First Steps: 25 Things Every New Dad Should Know
• Sears, W., Becoming a Father: How To Nurture and Enjoy Your Family

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