By Roanne Weisman
Awarded the iParenting Media Award for nice made from 2008!
Experience the miracle of life-with your individual eyes
Congratulations, parents-to-be! you are approximately to embark on a momentous trip. much more fascinating, you are the first iteration of folks who-thanks to 3D and traditional ultrasound-can truly “see” your baby ahead of she or he is born. this excellent, one of a kind advisor, written by means of Harvard professors, takes you thru each degree of your baby's improvement, from perception to delivery-with greater than two hundred photos and drawings to demonstrate every one excellent second.
Get a guided travel of a baby's trip with:
- Breathtaking 3D images of infants' faces, limbs, and different beneficial properties
- Detailed 2nd ultrasounds of constructing organs and bones contained in the physique
- Visual pointers on what to seem for, and what you are seeing, at the screen
With this illuminating consultant, one could see how medical professionals be sure in case your child is a youngster and even if you are having twins or multiples. you can watch the expansion of your baby's fingers, toes, middle, head, and extra. better of all, you will actively perform the best trip of all: from unmarried mobilephone to bringing a brand new child into the world.
Visit www.YourDevelopingBaby.com for extra information.
Library Journal starred review:
"Using 250 diagnostic ultrasound photos, Harvard radiology professors Doubilet and Carol B. Benson current a fabulous ebook charting the expansion of infants within the womb. . . . The authors good clarify the different sorts of ultrasound and their clinical makes use of, particularly the 3D pictures that convey the baby’s outer floor and the second pictures revealing the interior improvement of organs. This digital journey of a existence within the making will allure destiny mom and dad in droves."
--Janet M. Schneider, James A. Haley Veterans’ medical institution, Tampa, FL
" . . . an available and beautiful textual content that publications readers via nine months of pregnancy."