Kidwrangling: Looking After Babies, Toddlers & Preschoolers

Kidwrangling: Looking After Babies, Toddlers & Preschoolers

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Now you have a baby, what on earth are you going to do with it? Kaz Cooke delivers all the up-to-date, reliable info, with advice from the experts, including real mums and dads. Kidwrangling is funny, reassuring and practical, with no judgemental guruspeak about the right way to do things -- just a range of great solutions for you to choose from. This much-loved parenting bible has been in print since 2003 and Kaz keeps all the info bang up-to-the-minute with updates to every reprint. Updated 2015. BABIES getting through the first weeks; bosoms & bottles, sleeping & crying; coping, bonding & the blues; new mum & newborn health & mum's post-baby body; first food, teething & dummies; equipment TODDLERS & PRESCHOOLERS family food & using the loo; child care, teaching kids how to behave & getting ready for school; dealing with common illnesses PLUS emotional and physical development 0 to 5; immunisation, safety & travel; what dads need to know; birthday parties & presents; games, toys & activities; being at home or doing paid work; best ever lists of helplines and other contacts. For more plase visit penguin.com.au/kidwranglingshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 648 pages
  • 188 x 226 x 42mm | 1,343g
  • Penguin Books Australia
  • Viking Australia
  • Hawthorn, Australia
  • 2nd edition
  • 0670073989
  • 9780670073986
  • 5,086

About Kaz Cooke

Kaz Cooke is the number one go-to advisor for Australian girls and women. Her best-selling books include Girl Stuff, Women's Stuff, Up the Duff, Kidwrangling, and a series of ebooks on women's health issues from sex to mental health and menopause. Kaz's funny, friendly style is backed by research and professional consultants- she's been a best friend to at least two generations. (Her children's book The Terrible Underpants is not quite autobiographical.)show more