Homebirth by Sheila Kitzinger
The Essential Guide to Giving Birth Outside of the Hospital

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Advises women about the experience of giving birth away from the hospital environment. This book includes photographed sequences of a number of births as well as information for the parents as they begin the transition to parenthood. The book features quotations, photographs of births outside hospital and first-hand accounts of women's personal experiences. The author is a social anthropologist who has studied women's experiences of birth in many different countries. Her previous books include "The Experience of Childbirth", "Pregnancy and Childbirth", "Pregnancy Day-by-Day" and "Being Born".

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Sheila Kitzinger is the world's foremost birth educator and activist, and is known and respected worldwide as a social anthropologist of birth and a leading authority on women's experiences of pregnancy and motherhood. Her previous books include The Experience of Childbirth and the classic bestseller Pregnancy and Childbirth. She is the author of over 23 books and has been published in 20 languages.
Published January 1, 1991 by Doubleday. 128 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Parenting & Relationships, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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