Babies with Down Syndrome: A New Parents' Guide

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Karen Stray-Gundersen
Woodbine House, Jan 1, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 340 pages
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"Babies with Down Syndrome" --the book that thousands of new parents and professionals have turned to as their first source of information on Down syndrome--is newly revised and updated. The second edition is written by the same group of knowledgeable parents, doctors, nurses, educators, and lawyers, who cover everything parents need to know about raising their child in an environment of love, pride, and achievement.

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Good basic info for birth through age 5. Read full review

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User Review  - Lexi Magnusson - Goodreads

Lance went out and bought this the night we had Abby. It's all about what they can't do and how we are supposed to be all broken up and grieving the loss of our normal life. It did have SOME useful information, but not $25 worth. Seriously. Read full review

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