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  Recommended Reads. This is another topic that you're sure to get tons of advice on.  You may even get books as gifts from well-meaning family and friends. Some women can dive right in and read everything they can find…and perhaps these same women have all the free time it’s going to require to read this never-ending collection of literature.

For the rest of us who have demanding jobs, other children, or social schedules; the list seems daunting. We have provided a short list of highly recommended reads. You will find these books near the top of all “Recommended Reading” lists.
  
      
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Recommended Reads
 
 
 
What to Expect When You're Expecting
by Heidi Murkoff, Sandee Hathaway, Arlene Eisnberg
 
(The people who claim that pregnancy should come with instructions have not read this book. We highly suggest having a copy, and following it up with What to Expect the First Year by Arlene Eisenberg)
 
The Girlfriends' Guide to Pregnancy: Or Everything Your Doctor Won't Tell You
by Vicki Iovine
(This book is fantastic. Imagine reading a book written by your best, most trusted girlfriend. Answers to your most embarrassing questions, without actually having to ask. This book is a fantastic read and highly recommended)

 
Your Pregnancy Week by Week
By Glade Curtis / Paperback
(Excellent, detailed information on your pregnancy week to week. It’s the book you want to keep by the nightstand)
  The Birth Book: Everything You Need to Know to Have a Safe and Satisfying Birth
by William & Martha Sears
(This modern book explains fully all the options that are available to women today in regards to childbirth. Answers to questions you didn’t know you had. Informative, helpful, and unbiased.)
   
 

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