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"For those hunting for a good book, 'On the Breast Handbook' is an excellent choice. A resource that will support many mothers on the path to successful breastfeeding"
Australian Breastfeeding Association



This is a great little book, thorough yet practical....

- Rosemary Stanton OAM

On the Breast Handbook is an excellent choice, a resource that will support many mothers on the path to successful breastfeeding...

- Australian Breastfeeding Association

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The On the Breast Handbook has been written to provide a simple but comprehensive guide to successful breastfeeding.

The handbook is full of useful information, tips and empowers new mothers with the knowledge they need about breastfeeding. The On the Breast Handbook is the perfect gift for new mums.

An Easy How-To-Guide to Breastfeeding your baby

Breastfeeding is one of the greatest gifts that a mother can give her baby and that a baby can give a mother.

It very much works both ways. There is far more to breastfeeding than the simple transfer of milk.

Handbook
Jo Gilpin

Breastfeeding Success - Jo Gilpin

Jo Gilpin
RN RM CHN IBCLC
Grad Dip Soc Sc
Health Counselling

Jo Gilpin has wide experience and knowledge, being privileged to work alongside parents and their babies for over 25 years. She is a Registered Nurse, Midwife, Child Health Nurse and certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) and currently runs a Private Practice between Penneshaw on Kangaroo Island and South Tce. in the Adelaide CBD.

Over the years she has developed a passion for helping parents enjoy breastfeeding their babies, because of her belief that it can play such a large part in family and community health, and that it needs to be supported and encouraged far more than it is at present.

Jo has re-examined what makes breastfeeding work well for mothers and babies, bringing all important points together in an easy to read handbook. Drawing from her extensive knowledge, she exudes information and confidence to overcome any breastfeeding difficulties.

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