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The Business of Baby, Jennifer Margulis

The Business of Baby: What Doctors Don’t Tell You, What Corporations Try to Sell You, and How Put Yo...  

I’m so glad to see that Ms Margulis has done this kind of book.  Basically, this book and its author the 1st ones of this kind and which I have been waiting for. All of the others ones have focused on particular part/s of this/these subject/s or generalization of it.

 

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Re: The Business of Baby, Jennifer Margulis

Back with my final observations regarding this particular book and especially its author.  Know that I just started to read it, but I know its going to be worth the read and the buy in the long run.  Decided to buy my own copy instead of borrowing it from the library.  Unlike what I did with my previous book Homeward Bound:  Why Women are Embracing the New Domesticity, Emily Matchar and which it turned out be a bad idea from the let go.  In which I know this one isn't going to be and its what I have been looking forever.  At least since I can remember.

 

Think thats it for now.

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Re: The Business of Baby, Jennifer Margulis

Heres my response to a email response that I got and which I wanted to pass along to you guys.

 

Thanx and your quite welcome because as always been my pleasure for doing this.  It includes all other authors and books in which I normally don't receive response one or the another.  Still love hearing all of you.  Don't worry about responding because I for one knew you have other work, and etc.

 

At the same time I'm going to forward this, copy, paste this email in all of the threads that I have started.

 

Think thats it for now.

 

Thank you, again, in advance.

Yours truly,

Jessica A Bruno

 

Ms Magulis's response

 

Thank you for your feedback about my book and for taking the time to read and write a review on Amazon. I just left a comment on your comment on my blog. Most of the posts are open.

 

Glad to have you as a reader.

 

I am sorry I did not respond sooner. I get deluged with email and though I try to answer it sometimes I am not able.

 

I'm not sure if you've seen this but the Business of Baby also has a very active FB page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Business-of-Baby/317063605077912?ref=hl

 

Take care.

 

All best,
Jennifer
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Jennifer Margulis, Ph.D.
Investigative Journalist
The Business of Baby:
The link was removed from here because it from the competion

 

Think thats it for now.

 

Thank you, again, in advance. 

Jessica A Bruno (waybeyondfedup)