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by Mutiya Vision,Ignacio Alcantara,David Vision

eBook My Very Breast Friend download ISBN: 0965953858
Author: Mutiya Vision,Ignacio Alcantara,David Vision
Publisher: Vision Works Publishing (July 1, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 40
ePub: 1518 kb
Fb2: 1776 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Geography and Cultures

David and Mutiya Vision are the authors of 10 published children's books. I am so disappointed. Very much so. I returned My Very Breast Friend today. I try to collect all the breastfeeding books I find for my children

David and Mutiya Vision are the authors of 10 published children's books. Their book My Choices Make Me Who I Am won The National Best Book 2009 Award in the children s education category. We invite you to visit visionworkspub. com for additional information. To book David and Mutiya Vision for interviews, speaking engagements and/or book signings, please call Lisa Coleman at 888-789-6757. I try to collect all the breastfeeding books I find for my children. My first son is almost 3 and almost self-weaned. My second son is 10 months.

David and Mutiya Vision are the authors of 10 published children's books To book David and Mutiya Vision for interviews, speaking engagements and/or book signings, please call Lisa.

David and Mutiya Vision are the authors of 10 published children's books.

Vision Works children's books teach your little prized possessions many great and valuable lessons. In this book they will learn many of the choices they will have to make. They will learn the value of making conscious choices that positively shape and define their destiny. Award winning children s book authors David and Mutiya Vision are a husband and wife team who've navigated the goliath responsibility of raising seven children! And yet, this task isn't nearly as challenging and unpredictable as the world they saw their children entering into.

My Very Breast Friend Soul Vision Works, Hardcover, 2005. About Ignacio Alcantara (Illustrator) : Ignacio Alcantara is a published illustrator of children's books. My Very Breast Friend Soul Vision Works, Unknown Binding, 2005. This book shows a young child's transition from being breast fed, to eating food, in a loving way. Book Information. About Ignacio Alcantara (Illustrator) : Ignacio Alcantara is a published illustrator of children's books more View Ignacio Alcantara's profile.

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Mutiya Vision did an author presentation at our school, PS/IS 266Q and the school is still talking about the event!! She was warm, informative and inspiring and the students were totally engaged- not an easy task with 300 3rd - 6th graders.

My Very Breast Friend book. There's a precious bond that develops between a mother and her baby during breast-feeding. It's a special time dedicated only to them as they discover one another. There's a precious bond that develops between a mother and her baby. This book shows a young child's transition from being breast-fed to eating food.

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David and Mutiya Vision, award-winning children's book authors, are a husband and wife team who've navigated the Goliath responsibility of raising seven children! And yet, this task isn't nearly as challenging and unpredictable as the world they saw their children entering into

David and Mutiya Vision, award-winning children's book authors, are a husband and wife team who've navigated the Goliath responsibility of raising seven children! And yet, this task isn't nearly as challenging and unpredictable as the world they saw their children entering into.

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There's a precious bond that develops between a mother and her baby during breast-feeding. It's a special time dedicated only to them as they discover one another. This book shows a young child's transition from being breast-fed to eating food.
Comments: (3)
Dyni
I am so disappointed. Very much so. I returned My Very Breast Friend today. I was so excited. I try to collect all the breastfeeding books I find for my children. My first son is almost 3 and almost self-weaned. My second son is 10 months. I search out positive books that reflect to them, the life they lead.

The first part of Breast Friend is excellent - with fun lines such as "I didn't understand anything in this new place I found myself" talking about birth. "then someone picked me up and held me close ...so much tenderness" and I love this line "Whenever I called Breasty she always brought Mom to me, Breast friend you mean the world to me".

My serious complaint come with the weaning. The story is told from the point of view of the little boy - the story is his memories. The weaning is harsh. I didn't expect child lead weaning, but a gentle and respectful weaning, in my opinion, should have been portrayed. The child remembers trauma in the weaning, I personally will not share that with my children as part of a positive breastfeeding experience.

"Mom said Thins will have to change. No more eating Breast for you" and "she locked Breasty away from me" and "I felt lost ..." and "I cried but breasty never came" and "I was in so much pain"

The boy makes a good recovery and end the story happy - BUT that is a horrible weaning, I would be ashamed of any friend who weaned in such a way without dire medical need, and I am certainly not going to read it to my children. I would have no way to justify the mother's choice to them.

I am so disappointed. It is a fun oversized book and it portrays a minority, all very positive things, but the weaning ruins it.
Anyshoun
This book was very tastefully done. Informative.
AGAD
This book is a must get for ALL nursing parents AND for all children of African descent. Any children's book on this subject deserves 5 stars because there are so few of them. I discovered "My Very Breast Friend" at Hue-Man bookstore in Harlem while on an outing with my 2yr old and 2 month old daughters. My two year old was drawn to the book because she is newly weaned--so the pictures and the words remind her of something very special to her. To be honest, I was taken aback when I came across this book because I am a mother who wrote a strikingly similar story for my daughter when I could not find any children's books addressing the nursing process. I noted that there was a market for books of this nature (hence my book) because, while my research has uncovered that these books exist, it has also uncovered the difficulty in finding them. I am in the process of finding a way to publish my book and to my surprise I find that "my book" already exists. Nonetheless, I am going back out to purchase THIS book. Our children who nurse or who have nursed need to see that portion of "themselves" in books just as children who are bottle-fed see themselves in their literature. I believe "My Very Breast Friend" will prove itself to be a best friend to all nursing families.