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The Stars And Your Baby

by Michael Colmer

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A must for new and prospective parents, an astrological tour around the new arrival, his or her prospects and personality, likes and dislikes, moods and temperament, talents and skills.
The Stars and Your Baby offers a unique and penetrating insight into the effects of the stars upon the special child in your life, into what the future may have in store for your own 'star baby'.
Written in a style which gets completely away from the traditional star-sign-a-chapter approach, The Stars and Your Baby gives the Good News (and the Bad) about the children of the zodiac, advises how Star Mums and Star Dads can help their kids reach their full potential through the childhood milestones of learning, playing and relating to others.

Special chapters give frank answers to some of the most asked questions about astrology and guidance on how to work out your child's all important Rising Sign.
  rajendran | Aug 27, 2008 |
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