Nancy's Talks
      Dallas, TX
      August 10, 2015
      Livonia, MI
      October 23, 2015
     Santa Rosa, CA
     November 5, 2015

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“[Nancy] is gifted…great speaking voice and a talent for getting the information across in an understandable way—evidence-based and interesting.”

“Wonderful! Made a difficult topic very simple to understand.”

“An extremely good presentation with excellent research, thought-provoking, up-to-date, practical.”

“Just went to a three-day conference. This two-hour talk was as valuable.”

“Really good use of applied research.”

“Nancy speaks in a manner easy to understand--very down to earth & knowledgeable. Great information.”

“This is the BEST talk I’ve ever heard on the subject—very practical!!”

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Introducing the BAMS Pocket Guide

I’m delighted to announce the debut of my latest book for lactation professionals, Breastfeeding Answers Made Simple:  A Pocket Guide for Helping Mothers, or BAMS Pocket Guide for short.  Now at the printer, this new book is expected to be ready for shipment at the end of May.

How does this book differ from its larger cousin BAMS?  Both books contain the most current information and strategies you need to help mothers with a vast array of common and unusual breastfeeding challenges.  But to make this companion volume portable enough to fit easily into your pocket or tote, I’ve removed the thousands of research citations and often lengthy explanations for these strategies. Its main purpose is to provide quick and portable answers to the questions: “What do I need to remember in this situation?” and “What should I try next?”

Its retail price is $37.95, and bulk discounts are available.  You can see its quantity prices and place orders at Hale Publishing’s website:

My hope is that this up-to-date resource will provide the information you need to more effectively help mothers meet their breastfeeding goals.

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