Infant Development Books

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BeckyM - July 14

Does anyone know of any infant development books that tell you what skills they are learning at what age and what types of activities or games you can do to help them learn? I have "What's Going On In There?" but that is the scientific/medical aspect of brain development, not what I am looking for. Thanks!!

 

olivia - July 14

I have the book "Caring for your baby and young child -- Birth to age 5". By Steven Shelove, MD and Robert Hannemann MD. It is pretty good and covers a lot of information. It has advice on what kind of skills the baby should be working on and games to help them along. It also has first aid in the back. It is put out by the American Academy of Pediatrics

 

Sarahsmommy - July 14

I don't know if this is exactly what you are looking for but I have the book your baby's first year week by week. It tells you what your baby should be doing, milestones they should be reaching and games to play with them. It also has info about feeding, and different problems that can occur, like diaper rash, colds, ear infections, etc. It's a nice book.

 

jas - July 14

"What to expect the first year" it goes month by month for milestones and has a lot of helpful info in it too...

 

Heather F - July 16

i agree with jas, its a great book!

 

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