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Babies A to Z by Warwick Carter

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Babies A to Z
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Publisher: Medwords
Number of pages: 55

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A simple guide to babies, their problems, rearing, management, diseases, vaccinations, training and feeding up to two years of age. Despite its small size the book is comprehensive and includes the anatomy, symptoms, investigation, diseases, management, function, milestones and all other relevant information for the topic.

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