The Food of Love


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$17.95  $16.51
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8.2 X 8.3 X 0.8 inches | 1.05 pounds

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About the Author

Kate Evans is an active environmental campaigner who has been marrying words and images for political effect for 10 years. Her award-winning comic reportage is characterized by an ironic, self-deprecating view of the impossibility of perfection in an imperfect world. She is the author of BUMP: How to Make, Grow and Birth a Baby and Funny Weather.


'Amazing - I laughed out loud.' - Davina McCall 'The least patronising and most empathetic parenting book I've read. It makes breastfeeding feel normal, achievable and enjoyable.' - Mumsnet 'Vibrant, exciting, funny - and based on up-to-date research.' - Sheila Kitzinger 'I love your book! Very well-written and researched - and great drawings too.' - Sue Gerhardt 'If you're looking for a great gift to give an expectant mother or a new mother who is breastfeeding, then this is the one.' - Breastfeeding Mums Blog 'Amazing - I laughed out loud.' - Davina McCall 'Reading this book really does feel like chatting to a friend.' - Association of Breastfeeding Mothers Magazine 'A funny, handy guide... Full of practical tips, it will meet the needs of many new mums and be of use to breastfeeding counsellors, antenatal teachers, midwives and health professionals.' - New Digest, NCT Magazine 'Beautiful to look at (the cartoons are wonderful); informative and - best of all - funny.' - Association of Breastfeeding Mothers 'More like a chat over a coffee with a good friend than a textbook... The NHS should provide every pregnant woman with a copy.' - The Holistic Parent 'Delightful... sound and accurate - [Kate] uses research-based evidence as well as personal experience... it is truly mother-and-baby-centred.' - Cathy Fry, Breastfeeding Counsellor 'Honest advice and easy-to-follow diagrams... A laugh-out-loud approach to encourage mums to persevere with breastfeeding.' - Press Association