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Dr. R.K. Anand’s Guide to Child Care-Book Review

Dr. R.K. Anand's Guide to Child Care-Book Review

Generally, Dr. Spock is a go to guide for newbie (first-time) parents. But this book is more Indian. I bought when my first child arrived. My wife actually visited him when she was an infant. So we trusted this book. A complete guide for new parents or rather I would say an encyclopedia containing useful information about child care. It can be a wonder for the inexperienced or the struggling new parents. The book contains a wide range of information from newborns to teenagers. 

Dr. R.K Anand has rightfully written all the useful information, including his personal experience that is worth reading. Being a pediatrician, Dr. Anand with his years of experience made a detailed study of the various questions that normally arise in the parent’s mind while taking care of their child. 

The emphasis of the book is on the healthy feeding and nutrition of the child right from the beginning. It also gives practical examples for a better understanding of topics like the correct bathing process, diet, and so on. A part of the book comprises a special section of diseases and ailments in babies. 

The book is written in simple and easy language for the clear understanding of the parents. All together I would say it is an amazing child care book solving worries of the new as well as of the experienced parents. And I definitely recommend this book to the parents-to-be to get a clear insight into raising a child.

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