So That's What They're For!: The Definitive Breastfeeding Guide

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Adams Media, May 1, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 336 pages
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The Critics Love So That's What They're For!

"A practical, light-hearted, and humorous look at breastfeeding...that's full of factual information and down-to-earth answers to the universal questions all breastfeeding mothers have." --La Leche League

"This light-hearted approach to a truly serious subject offers a healthy mix of medical fact and hearty humor, and is a must for all moms." --Dr. Dean Edell, nationally syndicated radio/television talk show host

"BEST PICKS: Best breastfeeding book out there for new moms." --Parent Soup

"Janet Tamaro has produced a humorous, informative, concise, affordable, fun-to-read book on the joys and trials of breastfeeding." --The Journal of Perinatal Education

"So That's What They're For! lends support and encouragement to those wondering whether they should try breastfeeding, for pregnant women who are sure they will breastfeed, and for new moms who are having trouble an are considering stopping." --Natural Health and Alternative Medicine Newsletter

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Pretty good reference book. - Goodreads
Funny, with good explanations. - Goodreads
It has great tips and is funny. - Goodreads
It's light and funny and has very practical advice. - Goodreads
More of a read through book than a reference book. - Goodreads

Review: So That's What They're For!: The Definitive Breastfeeding Guide

User Review  - Melissa McDonald - Goodreads

As a first time mom-to-be, I found this book to be informative and entertaining. It was was easy to read and understand while educational at the same time. Read full review

Review: So That's What They're For!: The Definitive Breastfeeding Guide

User Review  - Jonasanddelice - Goodreads

Was pleasantly surprised at this book! Super evidence-based approach to breastfeeding and a great sense of humor. Perfect combo! Well, nearly perfect. I wish: she had quoted the research behind her statements, and that they would update the cover. :) Read full review

About the author (2005)

Janet Tamaro became a certified lactation educator after her first daughter was born. She is a television correspondent, reporter, and author. She has worked for ABC News, Fox, and KingWorld Productions. Ms. Tamaro lives with her family, including two beautiful daughters, in Los Angeles, CA.

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