The Secret Life Of The Unborn Child
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The Secret Life Of The Unborn Child : A remarkable and controversial look at life before birth

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At sixteen weeks the unborn child shies away from light. At twenty weeks there is a response to speech patterns. At twenty-five weeks the baby can kick in time to music. And at six months the unborn baby can understand the subtle shifts of its mother's emotions.

The Secret Life of the Unborn Child presents for the first time the challenging results of two decades of painstaking international research into the earliest stages of life. Dr Verny's knowledge gives both mothers and fathers an unparalleled opportunity to help their unborn children. Now they can contribute actively - before and during birth - to giving their child happiness and security for the rest of his or her life.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 129 x 197 x 17mm | 182g
  • Sphere
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • bibliog , index
  • 0751510033
  • 9780751510034
  • 80,260

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** 'A startling account of recent work in this field... a very timely, balanced, useful and thoroughly proficient job by authors who are fully professionals in their subject. * R.D Laing *
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About Thomas R. Verny

John Kelly (Author)
John Kelly is the coauthor of numerous books on relationships, including Three on the Edge: The Stories of Ordinary American Families in Search of a Medical Miracle and the international bestseller The Secret Life of an Unborn Child. He lives in New York City.

Thomas Verny (Author)
Thomas R. Verny is a psychiatrist, writer and academic. He has previously taught at Harvard University, University of Toronto, York University, Toronto and St. Mary's University Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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