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Multiples

1. Double Duty - The Parent's Guide To Raising Twins, from Pregnancy Through the School Years
By Christina Baglivi Tinglov
This is a wonderful resource for those with twins or expecting them. This book is full of information and advice on shopping, traveling and caring for two little ones.
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2. Mothering Twins - From Hearing the News to Beyond the Terrible Twos
By Linda Albi, Donna Florein Deurloo, Deborah Johnson (Contributor), Sheryl Greatwood (Contributor)
This book contains advice and support from five mothers who've been there and survived.
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3. The Art of Parenting Twins
By Patricia Malmstrom and Janet Poland
A good sourcebook to have if you're raising twins.
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4. The Joy of Twins and other Multiple Births - Having, Raising and Loving Babies who Arrive in Groups
By Pamela Patrick Novotny
This one's full of hints and suggestions for those who are having more than one baby.
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5. The Parent's Guide to Raising Twins - From pre-birth to first school days - The essential book for those expecting two or more
By Elizabeth Fredrich and Cherry Rowland
This is another great guide to have if you're expecting twins. It contains quotes and reviews experiences of other parents with multiples.
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Nutrition and Diet

1. A Guide to Eating Right During Pregnancy
By Susan Kagen Podell, MS, RD
This is a handy pocket-guide covering prenatal nutrition and prevention of morning sickness.
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2. Eating For Two: The complete Guide to Nutrition During Pregnancy
By Mary Abbott Hess
Here's another good prenatal nutrition guide. It discusses the effects your diet has on the fetus, weight gain, breastfeeding vs. bottle-feeding, etc.
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3. The Pregnancy Cookbook
By Hope Ricciotti and Vincent Connelly
Not only filled with great recipes, this book also contains answers to some common problems during pregnancy (e.g. nausea, heartburn) and provides suggestions for snacking and eating out.
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