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BUMP by Kate evansAcclaimed cartoonist Kate Evans delivers a no-nonsense illustrated guide to the joys and pains of getting pregnant and giving birth in a much-awaited sequel to her breastfeeding bestseller, The Food of Love.

Evans deftly handles the physical and emotional changes that come with being pregnant, looking at the practicalities of every stage as well as the challenges that may arise. Her straightforward, funny and accessible text is illustrated throughout with detailed artwork to guide the reader through the intricacies of human reproduction whilst her customary laugh-out-loud cartoons demystify the complexities of pregnancy and birth.

What midwives and mothers say about BUMP:

‘Informative and empowering. This is an epic work of love and deep understanding.’
‘This is just so wonderful – such a lovely way to describe how your body is designed to birth.
I felt relaxed just reading it.’

Davina McCall on The Food of Love:

‘Amazing – I laughed out loud.’

Mumsnet on The Food of Love: 

‘The least patronising and most empathetic parenting book I’ve read. Funny, supportive, packed with up to date information, I would definitely recommend it to any new mother.’

Kate Evans www.cartoonkate.co.uk is author of The Food of Love and Funny Weather, both published by Myriad Editions. Myriad Editions is an independent publisher based in Brighton, with a graphics list that has quickly become established as one of the most thought-provoking and characterful in the UK.

BUMP IS CARTOONIST’S SEQUEL TO BREASTFEEDING BESTSELLER
Publication: 17th April 2014
Price: £14.99 

• A graphic guide to conception
• Practical help for those trying to
conceive
• Early pregnancy advice
• Stop telling me what to do
• Food, glorious food
• The call of the duvet
• Engaging with the professionals
• Abortion rights and wrongs
• Miscarriage support
• Screening and scans
• Are you ready to have a baby?
• The physical preparations
• Ripening and readying
• Waiting well past your due date
• The art of birth (labour)
• Push it real good
• The Caesarean section

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