BUY THE BOOK “Mama Knows Breast: A Beginner’s Guide To Breastfeeding” is the fun breastfeeding book. The book that tells you how to start, and even enjoy, breastfeeding. This is the book to buy for your sister, your best friend, your co-worker. It’s even got the Lamaze International stamp of approval. So go ahead, buy a copy! No, make that two. Click on these links at Amazon or at Barnes & Noble to order yours right now.
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REVIEWS OF “MAMA KNOWS BREAST”
Lamaze International: Lamaze International included Mama Knows Breast on it’s 2008 list of Recommended Resources for Pregnant Women and Their Families.
Mamanista! Mama Knows Breast had exactly the right tone. While Andi Silverman chose to breastfeed, she is respectful of other women’s decisions…It’s rare to find a parenting book that’s both extremely informative and non-judgmental.
Urban Baby Before running for the formula aisle of the nearest drugstore, check out the new book “Mama Knows Breast: A Beginner’s Guide to Breastfeeding.” Journalist and mom Andi Silverman seeks to steer new moms away from the edge with a handbook filled with friendly, frank advice.
Big Apple Parent [The] book offers quick tips in a way that’s easy to process; [Silverman] envisions new moms thumbing through it with one hand while nursing their baby with the other.
The New York Sun With a chapter on how your spouse or partner can help, it is a must read for any new mother.
Oklahoma Gazette [I]t’s all presented in a quick, no-fuss style, tastefully illustrated.
Haiku of The Day It’s short, easy to read, non-preachy, and full of trendy little illustrations that explain things like what the hell the football hold really is.
Tara Brooke at The Power of Birth As a birth doula I will recommend this book to all of my clients. It takes an honest, encouraging and humurous approach to breastfeeding. I love the fact that it is compact, and easy to find information at 3 AM in the morning with one eye open. Andi finds a way of explaining all the elements without making you feel overwhelmed. Finally we have a smart book about breastfeeding that we can have fun reading.
Andrea Syms-Brown, IBCLC, As a lactation consultant, I know that moms and dads sometimes need a little extra help taking care of a newborn. Rarely does a breastfeeding book come along that makes you giggle and chuckle while detailing the secret lives of breastfeed babies. I love this book!
Prenatal Yoga Center, Deb Flashenberg, Owner Andi offers very down to earth tips and advice for new moms that choose to breastfeed. She is very honest and gives the pros and cons to breastfeeding and can discuss with humor some of the challenges that arises, like breastfeeding in public and sore nipples.
Breastfeeding Mums Blog Buy it NOW for any dad you know with a pregnant, breastfeeding, libido-waning (yes, Andi even ventures into this controversial area), exhausted partner!
Rancid Raves, who also posts at A BoobLog: …overall, I just loved this book and declare it to be an “Inhaler.” The illustrations are quirky and the text is light and humorous. I enjoyed that because breastfeeding can be very stressful, scary and downright painful to a new mother. Per my quick Amazon searches, there simply aren’t any fun, positive books regarding breastfeeding. Who wants to read a textbook if they don’t have to? I’d rather have a friend holding my hand – and this book does just that by walking you through it in a reassuring and comforting manner….
Cool Mom Picks: You’re sure to enjoy sections on breastfeeding etiquette, sex and relaxation, and the best chapter of all, “How Your Spouse Can Help.
Cairo Mama: Mama Knows Breast by Andi Silverman is a compact, concise collection of advice that you might receive from a trusted, experienced breastfeeding friend. There are many great breastfeeding resources out there…but they are large and thick books with a lot of detail. In your last months of pregnancy when you are busy buying things and preparing for labor, it is difficult to read a reference book straight through when you don’t yet know what applies to you.
Boston Mamas During the dazed and stressful early days of breastfeeding, sometimes you just need the quick facts; a concise means to bypass the overwhelming sea of nursing resources that your newly short-circuited attention span can’t handle anyway. For this purpose, check out Mama Knows Breast: A Beginner’s Guide to Breastfeeding by Boston native Andi Silverman.
Breastfeeding123 …Andi breastfed her sons, did research on breastfeeding, and had several lactation consultants review the book. As I read the book I often found myself thinking, “Yes! I’m so glad you said that!”
The Journey, Renee Trudeau’s Blog It’s fun to read, attractive to look at and packed with “real life” tips, resources and “how to” information on nursing that acknowledges breastfeeding isn’t always as easy as it looks. Kudos to Andi for birthing a great resource for moms! I wish I had had this when I first started nursing Jonah.
Mums the Word Mama Knows Breast covers the breastfeeding basics, and reassures you that IT WILL BE OK!
Rookie Moms Just read this tip in the cute new book Mama Knows Breast: “What you wore on your way up the scale, wear on your way back down.”
UVA Lawyer “Mama Knows Breast” follows the humorous, open-minded approach to breast feeding which made Silverman’s blog a hit with frank advice and fun illustrations, all backed up by scientific facts.
New Mom Central Learning how to breastfeed your baby takes practice and persistence. But it also takes a mentor, someone who can teach you the basics, as well as help you navigate the unique problems you may encounter. Andi Silverman is that mentor.
Here’s a bunch of video reviews by moms on the site Expo TV.