Exploiting My Baby

Exploiting My Baby

A Memoir About Pregnancy and Childbirth

eBook - 2011
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Penguin Putnam
Teresa Strasser made her baby a spleen and some eyebrows.
He got her a book deal.

Everyone loves babies-and pregnant women-so TV and radio personality Teresa Strasser decided to use this obsession to her advantage. She came up with a way to provide for her newfound family and help other mommies-to-be with this down- and-dirty memoir about first-time pregnancy.

An award-winning writer, Teresa is achingly honest about the motherhood she begins experiencing at age thirty-eight. With a biting sense of humor and heart, she portrays the tribulations that come with each trimester, from nausea, weight gain, and bladder infections to dealing with those other kinds of pregnant women. (You know the ones. The ones who glow-and gloat about it.)

Exploiting My Baby is a must-read for anyone pregnant, trying to get pregnant, or who is just more crazy than baby-crazy. Hopping on a trail pioneered by such lions as Laura Ingalls Wilder, Erma Bombeck, and Tori Spelling, Teresa has no problem using her pregnancy, childbirth and difficult relationship with her own mother for material. It's her blunt and plain-spoken approach to exploiting her family for literary success that sets her apart.

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Baker & Taylor
A writer and media personality provides a bluntly honest description of first-time motherhood at age 38, discussing the trials and tribulations of each trimester from nausea, weight gain and bladder infections to her difficult relationship with her own mother. Original.

Publisher: New York, NY : New American Library, c2011
ISBN: 9781101478257
Branch Call Number: E-Book
Characteristics: 1 online resource


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