New! Infant Cues: A Feeding Guide
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-Did you miss the Born to Be Breastfed interview in May? Check it out here! Radio host Maria Bizcuzzo interviews Dia Michels, author of If My Mom Were a Platypus: Mammal Babies and Their Mothers. On the show, they talk about the book, mammals, and breastfeeding in both the animal and human worlds.
-Infant Cues has been revised and updated for 2014!
-As a small business, Platypus Media has been awarded 2013 Best Business in DC!
-2013 Top Choice Award goes to...Sleeping with Your Baby!
-Sleeping with Your Baby is coming soon in French!
-If My Mom were a Platypus won 2013 Book of the Year by Creative Child Magazine!
-Are you looking for ways to welcome families into the world of the NICU? Then look at our NICU Letter and Grant Proposal
- Why should you use Increasing Breastfeeding Success?
- Site Licenses for Increasing Breastfeeding Success Now Available!
Use these PowerPoints throughout your institution for physician and staff breastfeeding education.
Contact us to discuss your institution’s plans to increase breastfeeding training
- If My Mom Were a Platypus is in Dutch!
FREE Educational App Helps Kids Enjoy Math!
Education and entertainment come together in this new fun, FREE app (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad) that challenges middle school kids to test their math skills. 101 Math has just been released by the App Store. The math problems are excerpted from the award-winning book, 101 Things Everyone Should Know About Math, written by a brainiac team consisting of an engineer, an actuary and an educator. The app contains 24 math questions, is easy to navigate and has great graphics and sound. Answers are provided at the end of each section with detailed explanations for the correct answers. This app is geared towards kids ages 11 to 15, yet it is fun—and challenging—for the whole family.
For more information, please read our Parenting Publications of American article.