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eBook Welcome With Love download

by Julie Vivas,Jenni Overend

eBook Welcome With Love download ISBN: 0916291960
Author: Julie Vivas,Jenni Overend
Publisher: Kane/Miller Book Pub (March 1, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1551 kb
Fb2: 1106 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

Jenni Overend (Author), Julie Vivas (Illustrator). When I was pregnant with my daughter, my son loved hearing about what to expect during the birth experience and now my daughter, who is two, wants to read it every night.

Jenni Overend (Author), Julie Vivas (Illustrator). She's even acting out having her own baby! It's a beautifully written story, captured with the heart, authenticity and simplicity of a child's perspective.

Jenni Overend, Julie Vivas book. This lovely book from Australia is about a family welcoming baby #4. I love this book because it shows children exactly what to expect when mommy gives birth in the home setting. So many "I'm a big brother/sister now" books show mommy going to the hospital and then coming back with a baby, which is what the ma This is a beautiful natural parenting children's book. It features a little boy named Jack who witnesses the home-birth of his little brother.

It’s puppy love in the Jenni Rivera household when Michael helps his dog find a mate. Plus, her assistant Julie is having a breast augmentation

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Welcome with Love book. Love love love this book. We loan it out to families in our clinic. Julie Vivas' illustrations are as always absolutely gorgeous.

Overend, Jenni; Vivas, Julie, 1947- illustrator. Originally published in Australia in 1999 under title: Hello baby by ABC Books. A family helps Mom deliver her baby at home. Infants, Childbirth, Childbirth, Babies, Family life. Brooklyn, NY : Kane/Miller Book Publishers.

Julie Vivas is the illustrator of many superb picture books. A very realistic and moving portrayal of the birth of a baby at home

Julie Vivas is the illustrator of many superb picture books. She lives in Victoria, Australia. A very realistic and moving portrayal of the birth of a baby at home. The book exudes warmth, and effortlessly captures the joy of a family sharing preparations for the new arrival. An honest but moving celebration of a home birth.

Books Illustrated By Julie Vivas. 1998 Let's Go Visiting by Sue Williams. 1999 Welcome With Love by Jennifer Overend Prior. 1983 Possum Magic by Mem Fox. 1984 Wilfred Gordon McDonald Partridge by Mem Fox. 1985 The Grandma Poss Cookbook by Julie Vivas. 1986 The Nativity by Julie Vivas. 1989 I Went Walking by Sue Williams. 2000 Let's Go Visiting by Sue Williams. 2001 Sleepy Pendoodle by Malachy Doyle.

Welcome with love, by Jenni Overend; illustrated by Julie Vivas. Welcome With Love: A family helps Mom deliver her baby at home. Risultati immagini per nativity illustration book julie vivas. A beautiful book for kids describing the homebirth of a new little brother. I would think this would be a good book for any child expecting a new sibling (wherever that sibling expected to be born) is as it explains birth through a child's point of view. thanksgiving book, thanksgiving books for kids, books for children. Benefits of reading aloud to kids and much more including Thanksgiving books for kids. 25 Children's Books That Depict Breastfeeding - Mothering. This book features a beautiful homebirth.

A family helps Mom deliver her baby at home.
Comments: (7)
Malakelv
This book is wonderful. We are preparing for the home birth of our second so I got this to read to our toddler in hopes of preparing her for the birth. Everyone says the illustrations are awesome but I find the characters hairstyles make them look like they are balding lol and it is a tiny bit creepy. Otherwise it shows just a enough of what a laboring woman really looks like with no vaginas or crowning illustrations.
Ka
This is a great book about a family giving birth to their fourth child at home. While I agree with the previous reviewer about the "rustic" setting being removed from what most of us are used to, I still found the book very useful. My two year old daughter loves the book and it really helped her understand what is going to happen at our upcoming birth.
The book is told from the perspective of the youngest child, a little boy, who is seeing birth for the first time. [His two older sisters got to see him born]. The language and action are very appropriate for a young child [I can imagine my daughter doing and saying the same things]. The illustrations are unusual and wonderful - different from any I've seen before, but very eye catching and interesting.
This book has been very helpful to me in preparing our daughter for the birth of her sibling. It has helped us talk about "normal" noises when mommies have babies, as well as about the mechanics of what happens. I'm very pleased that we bought this one!
Mallador
I bought this book when I was pregnant with my 2nd child and was having a VBAC at home. My daughter was just 2. We still read it 9 years later. The book is realistic and beautiful. It is graphic, you see the baby come out and I was glad for that. I recommend this to all mothers embracing birth with their families. And who want to explain to their child(ren) what happens during labor

.I would buy this book again
The Rollers of Vildar
This is a superbly illustrated book that tells the story of a homebirth in a rural setting from a child's point of view. It is relaxed and introduces the idea of birth free from fear ~ something this culture desperately needs more of. :) It truly is a joyous read, and extremely touching for those of us who have experienced this particular wonder ~ peaceful, warm, and life-changing. And what is even more fabulous about THIS book is that it is one of the only books about welcoming a new baby that is not afraid to show the REALITY of birth ~ mom yelling, walking around, leaning on her Support Team... it's not just another book that shows the mama disappearing and then mysteriously reappearing with a little bottle-fed bundle of blobby baby goodness. Instead, the entire family sees the baby emerging from his mother... then baby, messy and wrinkled and beautiful... and then mama putting him to her breast. And to top it all off, they co-sleep. Absolutely a fantastic read and a needed addition to any Natural Family home library.
Ynap
This book really prepared our three year old daughter for our second planned home birth. This story was beautifully written and a joy to read! My daughter knew that if Mommy made loud noises, it meant that our baby was coming And that she could be excited vs. worried about her mama! My daughter was able to watch her baby sister being born without fear. She had pure excitement and love in her eyes and she has happy and healthy memories from that day. I really feel this book made it easy for me to prepare her for what she was about to experience. The book even introduced the placenta - which was great because my daughter was not surprised when she saw it sitting next to me in a bowl.
Great book - I highly recommend it!
Xoxo
elektron
Our experience with homebirth was almost identical to the one described in the book. We too have a wood burning stove and our children were born on cold days. The book has been essential on preparing our older children for the birth of our third child and now our fourth child. It is the best book to explain a natural homebirth and should be a must read for all parents to be. There is a way to be welcomed into this world with love, no doctors or nurses running back and forth causing stress, just the calm and peace of a family home. I have recommended this book to many of my customers who buy Storchenwiege baby slings from me. We all can't get enough of reading it.
krot
This book came recommended from a friend as I prepared for my second homebirth. My son and I read it again and again and I love the way the whole family was involved in the birth, as opposed to many "baby sister" or brother books in which a baby appears from outside the door to the new sibling. What an amazing tribute to birth for children to read with parents. I was lucky enough to find a used copy for about $15, but having it now, I would have paid $50 for it easily. There are so few children's books about homebirth!
This book has been a favorite to both of my children. When I was pregnant with my daughter, my son loved hearing about what to expect during the birth experience and now my daughter, who is two, wants to read it every night. She's even acting out having her own baby! It's a beautifully written story, captured with the heart, authenticity and simplicity of a child's perspective. I highly recommend this to anyone expecting a second child (or beyond...), especially when you want your child to experience the beauty of birth, rather than how we most often see births portrayed in our culture. This is truly a lovely look at honoring a child's experience in welcoming a sibling into the world.