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Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Doctors
This book is designed to illuminate the problems facing doctors today and suggest changes that need to be made in order to make the right decision for our country's healthcare future.
"Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Doctors" focuses on what Dr. Manes calls the "three deadly diseases killing the Amercian healthcare system" today; 1) government interference 2) the HMOs beaurocracy and overstepping powers 3) skyrocketing medical malpractice costs
Detailing the "symptoms" of each in their own section, Dr. Manes next expresses a "diagnosis" of what is ailing the medical community-and patients- as a result of these problems and finally, a "prescription" for how to solve them.
ForeWord Clarion Book Review
A must read expose for anyone who is considering or presently involved in the health care profession.
Great book and very timely. The only book that describes the rise to prominence and then the tarnishing of the medical profession.
N. Wolfson, M.D.
A frank and thoughtful insiders look at what ails the medical profession.
B. Backer, Esq.
“When signs of spring are in the air,
we look for babies everywhere!” NEW IN BOARD!
Joy N. Hulme and Dan Andreasen, who created the beautiful Stable in Bethlehem, now capture the spirit of a holiday and a season--with a counting concept worked right in. From one newborn foal walking on wobbly legs and five open-billed nestlings eager for food to 11 children playing in the park and 12 church bells ringing, this lovely board book celebrates spring, Easter, and new life. Hulme's gentle rhyme and Andreasen's softly hued, charming pictures work in perfect harmony, and the adorable bunnies, fuzzy yellow chicks, and frolicking lambs will enchant children.
A beautiful pop-up edition of the classic picture book.
Three baby owls, Sarah, Percy and Bill, wake up one night to fi nd that their mother has gone. So they sit on a branch and watch and wait for their mother to return... Clever pop-ups bring this bestselling picture book to life - the owl babies slowly close their eyes and fall asleep, their mother swoops gracefully through the forest, and Sarah, Percy and Bill bounce up and down with joy when their mother comes home.
About the Author
Martin Waddell is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest living writers of books for children. He has won many awards for his work, including the prestigious Hans Christian Andersen Award in 2004.
About the Illustrator
Patrick Benson is the Emil/Kurt Maschler award-winning illustrator of The Little Boat.
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