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This book was recommended by my doctor at my son's two week check up appointment. I wish I had gotten it before he was born! There is so much useful information in here. As others mentioned, it is not a book to sit down and read front to back. It is something to reference when you have specific questions, and has saved me many calls to my doctor's office! It is easy to navigate and find exactly what you're looking for. The authors also have a sense of humor which I appreciate. Overall this is a wonderful book, and I plan on buying it as a shower gift for all of my friends when they have babies!
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I'm sure many of us have a dad who is a sports fanatic and have never, will never .. ever .. touch a computer in their lifetime! That's my dad. He avoids computers as if they were emitting radioactive isotopes. But on the other hand, he has every issue of 'Who's Who In Baseball' publication going well back to his childhood (He's 82 years young). It's his guide before, throughout and after the baseball season.
I've seen this little publication around the house growing up, well tattered, the pages bloated (Dad likes to read in the tub) and well marked up. He has his lifetime collection of these publications in a closed glass bookcase (as if they were passed down from the Lord himself) :).
This guide which was prominent on every newsstand years ago, has disappeared. When he asked me to search for it three years ago, the only place I could find it was amazon. Just the look on my dad's face when he opened up the manilla envelope from the mailman was priceless. The Publisher also inserted a little hand-written note to my dad 'to enjoy' which really made my dad's day.
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Also, if your car does not have a flat surface for the suction cup of the mount to be placed at, it comes with a base plate that can be sticked to the car and provides a flat surface the the suction cup.
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