The Happiest Baby on the Block; Fully Revised and Updated Second Edition

The New Way to Calm Crying and Help Your Newborn Baby Sleep Longer

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Publisher Description

Never again will you have to stand by helplessly while your little baby cries and cries. There is a way to calm most crying babies . . . usually in minutes! 
 
Thousands of parents, from regular moms and dads to Hollywood superstars, have come to baby expert Dr. Harvey Karp to learn his remarkable techniques for soothing babies and increasing sleep. Now his landmark book—fully revised and updated with the latest insights into infant sleep, bedsharing, breastfeeding, swaddling, and SIDS risk—can teach you too! Dr. Karp’s highly successful method is based on four revolutionary concepts:
 
1. The Fourth Trimester: Why babies still yearn for a womblike atmosphere . . . even after birth
2. The Calming Reflex: An “off switch” all babies are born with
3. The 5 S’s: Five easy steps to turn on your baby’s amazing calming reflex
4. The Cuddle Cure: How to combine the 5 S’s to calm even colicky babies
 
With Dr. Karp’s sensible advice, parents and grandparents, nurses and nannies, will be able to transform even the fussiest infant into the happiest baby on the block!
 
Praise for The Happiest Baby on the Block
 
“Dr. Karp’s book is fascinating and will guide new parents for years to come.”—Julius Richmond, M.D., Harvard Medical School, former Surgeon General of the United States
 
The Happiest Baby on the Block is fun and convincing. I highly recommend it.”—Elisabeth Bing, co-founder of Lamaze International
 
“Will fascinate anyone who wants to know how babies experience the world, and wants to answer their cries lovingly and effectively.”The San Diego Union-Tribune

GENRE
Non-Fiction
RELEASED
2015
October 6
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
352
Pages
PUBLISHER
Random House Publishing Group
SELLER
Penguin Random House Canada
SIZE
15.8
MB

Customer Reviews

kittyroux ,

Nearly unreadable

Regardless of the quality of the information in this book, the prose is infuriating and I can’t read another word of it. Endlessly repetitive, padded with testimonials and epigraphs on every page, and patronizing (to mothers, as well as members of various African societies, and maybe even to horses). This could have been a charming and informative poster, or perhaps a short brochure. It is easily 10 to 15 times too long. I also hate the illustrations. I would suggest reading the summary and considering yourself informed.

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