Bump: How To Make, Grow and Birth A Baby
Kate Evans deftly handles the physical and emotional changes that come with being pregnant, looking at the practicalities of every stage as well as the challenges that may arise. Her straightforward, funny and accessible text is illustrated throughout with detailed artwork to guide the reader through the intricacies of human reproduction whilst her customary laugh-out-loud cartoons demystify the complexities of pregnancy and birth.
Bump: how to make, grow and birth a baby is the only pick-your-own-adventure manual of womanhood. Trying for a baby? Avoiding a baby? Losing a baby (sniff sniff)? Growing a baby? Birthing a baby? Traditionally or surgically? This is the book for you! Illustrated throughout with funky cartoons, a signed copy of Bump with a personal dedication is yours for just £20 (within the UK) or £25 (‘foreign climes’). An absolute bargain for 320 pages of wit and wisdom.
- Paperback: 320 pages
- Publisher: Myriad Editions; First edition (17 April 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 190843435X
- ISBN-13: 978-1908434357
- Product Dimensions: 21.2 x 2.1 x 21 cm
“I first bought this book thinking that it would be a book for kids about birthing a baby. To my surprise the book was massive, a book for ME – page after page of well thought out information paired with wit, a great sense of humour, and perfect little doses of feminism dropped in.
This book is for all women, for women before considering pregnancy, for women that are newly pregnant, for women that are interested in pregnancy and birth. I would probably suggest the age range from 15 onwards? Possibly sooner, the focus on pregnancy might not be on the radar, but the invaluable beginning of the book – from fertility tracking to simple, clear, and hilarious information of how reproduction works. An empowering tool for young women and their male partners to have.
I laughed out loud, I shared quick snip bits with friends, and I read the birth story together with my 3 year old.
The illustrations are beautiful, raw, and effortlessly conscious of all peoples, races, sexualities, and families.” Amazon Review
I would recommend this book to all of my friends, and theirs. It is a beautiful treasure to have on my bookshelf.
£16 with free postage within the UK – add £5 for postage to outside the UK.
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