What to Expect When You're Expecting audiobook free

What to Expect When You’re Expecting (2019)

This one is often thought of as the classic “Pregnancy Bible”.

What to Expect answers questions such as what to watch out for when you are pregnant, tips for buying a layette set and how to help you and your husband bond with the newborn. In a way, it’s like your mom, doctor and pastor are answering all of your questions.  The book is written in a very inspiring, cheerful tone, without any moralistic or paranoid stuff.

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The “Bible” of pregnancy. Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about pregnancy and childbirth is in this book. A great and essential guide for people expecting a baby or interested in the subject. Answer all the questions one might have (even the ones you haven’t even thought about). I find it super useful to be informed and prepared. It is very complete and detailed. It contains everything you need and is also very well structured, thanks to the different sections, including month by month.

“This book goes through every state of pregnancy in a very easy and practical way. Everything a pregnant woman need to know is delivered week by week so that we get all info without being overwhelming.”

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It’s fun, realistic, and explains everything you might be thinking of, from what’s happening to your body and how to cope with it, to helping you imagine how your baby is developing. Literally, everything. 

It’s also neat and sequential. And it’s divided based on trimesters, months and weeks to help you track your pregnancy symptoms. It also contains dozens of extra topics for dads-to-be, pregnancy complications, and life postpartum.

What to Expect When You're Expecting (2019) By: Heidi Murkoff

Dune (2007) By: Glennon Doyle
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