NICU Follow-Up Program - Suggested Reading
Suggested books for parents
Brazelton, T. Berry. Infants and Mothers. (New York: Dell, 1983)
Brazelton, T. Berry. On Becoming a Family. (New York: Dell, 1981)
Eisenberg, Arlene. What to Expect the First Year. (New York: Workman, 1989)
Ferber, R. Solve Your Child’s Sleep Problems. (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1985)
Hagstrom and Morrill. Games Babies Play. (New York: Pocket Books, 1977)
Hagstrom and Morrill. More Games Babies Play. (New York: Pocket Books, 1977)
Harrison, Helen. The Premature Baby Book. (New York: St. Martin’s, 1983)
Jones, Sandy. Crying Babies, Sleepless Nights. (New York: Warner Books, 1983)
Leach, Penelope. Babyhood. (New York: Knopf, 1983)
Marantz, Robin. Your Premature Baby. (New York: Ramson Associates, 1983)
Nance, Sherri. Premature Babies: A Handbook for Parents. (New York: Arbor House, 1982)
Suggested books for babies
Kindersley, Dorling. My First Board Books. Brightly colored, books that are full of pictures of familiar objects, people and places.
Ricklin, Neil. Super Chubby Board Books. Great for little hands. Bright and cheerful photo board books will entice baby to explore the world of books.
Wells, Rosemary. Read Aloud Series. Introduces your baby to classic songs like “The Itsy Bitsy Spider.”
This page is not specific to your child, but provides general information on the topic above. If you have any questions, please call your clinic. For more reading material about this and other health topics, please call or visit Children's Minnesota Family Resource Center library, or visit www.childrensmn.org/educationmaterials.
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