What are some pregnancy/childbirth-related books that you are enjoying/have enjoyed? Anything from nutritional guides to memoirs to humor - ANY books. I'm an avid reader and will eat up your suggestions - any and all are welcome!
One recommendation I have for you all is "Having Faith" by Sandra Steingraber. I read it years and years ago, and recently re-read it now that I am actually entering the motherhood phase of life. It's part autobiographical, part scientific critique, part history - an ecologist exploring her body as an ecosystem during pregnancy, the process of gestation, and the toxins that could potentially impact that process. Very informative and inspiring. She's also written a few other books pertaining to children, cancer, etc., and is a very involved New England-based environmental activist (for those of you on the east side).
I've also been a little charmed by the book "Let's Panic About Babies," though I haven't read it cover to cover or anything. It was in a friend's bathroom.
So? Any books that have stood out for you guys among the MYRIADS related to this topic?