The Choice Guide to Baby Products: The Buying Guide for Parents

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UNSW Press, 2010 - Consumer education - 233 pages
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With over 60,000 copies sold, this independent guide to the best baby products on the market is packed with practical information based on extensive research and testing by CHOICE experts. A must for every new parent, this updated 13th edition includes essential information on: cots; highchairs; strollers; disposable nappies; child car restraints; baby monitors, changing accessories; toys; playpens and walkers. Useful tips boxes, green buying advice and checklists are scattered throughout. There's also advice about safety around the home and on other issues confronting new parents, such as childcare and immunisation.

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User Review  - cherrybob_omb - LibraryThing

I thought this book was going to be a summary of Choice Reports of different baby products, but the only products which contain (very) brief wrap-ups of the reports are provided are cots, strollers ... Read full review


1 Getting ready
2 Food and feeding
3 Bathing changing and clothing
4 Highchairs and other seating
5 Out and about
6 Playtime
7 Bedtime
8 Doing the laundry
9 Safety in and around the home
10 Other issues

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Mr. Darby was born three years ago in Bloomfield, Iowa, one in a litter of seven. He came to live with his owner when he was five months old. A naturally mellow Libra with a curious Sagittarius moon, this wire fox terrier is a healer and an intuitive who works in his owner's practice. He lives in Sedona, Arizona--known as the Mecca of the Southwest--but he is available to pack his water and food bowls, bedding and treats to follow any rich bitch who comes along--but only to the Italian Riviera.

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