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Welcome to StorkNet's Bookshelf!

Click on the bookshelf areas to the right to view our selection of books and CDs. Reviews are added regularly, so check back often for books related to pregnancy, parenting, women's well-being, family health, inspiration and much more!

Current Special Features

The No-Cry Picky Eater Solution
by Elizabeth Pantley

Parenting expert Elizabeth Pantley returns to offer parents of picky eaters advice on how to encourage their children to eat healthfully and learn to love nutritious foods at any age. While all parents know that their child should eat their vegetables, stay away from junk food and soda, and focus on fruits and vegetables, the reality is that in today's hectic world fast food is convenient, few moms and dads feel they have time to cook well-balanced, organic, or healthy foods. But Pantley has arrived on the scene to offer simple, easy-to-implement strategies that any family can use to improve their child's diet.

Read more here.


A Running Start: How Play, Physical Activity and Free Time Create a Successful Child
by Rae Pica

A Running Start is a good resource for those who work with young children or parents looking for ideas of how to best benefit their children's mental and physical development through movement and play. While occasionally prone to gross generalizations regarding over-indulgent and overly competitive parents, Rae Pica has grasped the tone of today's educational and parental pitfalls that threaten our young children and has given us an important guidebook for navigating through them.

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The Breastfeeding Mother's Guide to Making More Milk
by Diana West, IBCLC and Lisa Marasco, M.A., IBCLC

Making More Milk is extremely easy to read and includes personal stories from breastfeeding mothers with whom the reader can relate, and it does an amazing job throughout of identifying myths and misinformation that are so prevalent in breastfeeding discussions (drinking more water does not increase supply!). This book should be on the nightstand of every mother who agonizes through the struggles of a low milk supply.

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