The Secret Life of the Unborn Child

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Random House Publishing Group, 1988 - Family & Relationships - 253 pages
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YOU CAN GIVE YOUR BABY A GREATER CHANCE FOR HEALTH AND HAPPINESS—MONTHS BEFORE BIRTH!

A pioneering physician, Dr. Thomas Verny, gives startling new evidence based on two decades of medical research.

Your unborn baby is:
• Capable of learning
• Able to warn you of medical problems you and your doctor may not be aware of
• Able to hear and respond to voices and sounds—including music
• Sensitive to his parents' feelings about him
• Capable of responding to love
• An active, feeling human being.

The ways in which you respond to and care for your unborn child may affect his physical and emotional well-being for the rest of his life. The choices you make today about your child's birth may make a vital difference for years to come. You can prepare your unborn baby for a happy, healthy life. This remarkable book will show you how!

A gift to every loving, caring parent. A book that will change the experience of pregnancy and childbirth forever!

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This book reveals "startling new evidence" that your unborn baby is capable of learning, warning you of medical problems, hearing and responding to voices and sounds, etc. I personally did not enjoy ... Read full review

Contents

The Secret Life of the Unborn Child
15
The New Knowledge
32
The Prenatal Self
53
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About the author (1988)

John Kelly specializes in narrative history. He is the author of The Graves Are Walking: The Great Famine and the Saga of the Irish People; The Great Mortality: An Intimate History of the Black Death; The Most Devastating Plague of all Time; Three on the Edge; and more. Kelly lives in New York City and Sandisfield, Massachusetts.

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