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Old 06-18-2012, 03:43 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I am starting the Midwifery school Of The Rockies and I am looking for books. I looked on Amazon but some of them are so expensive. Does anybody know of a place to go to find them at a good price of have some they could sell for a reduced price?

 

Healing Passage: A Midwife's Guide

Reading Research: A User-Friendly Guide for Health Professionals

Varney's Midwifery, Fourth Edition

The Breastfeeding Answer Book

Anatomy and Physiology Coloring Workbook

Understanding Diagnostic Tests in the Childbearing Year

Holistic Midwifery: A Comprehensive Textbook for Midwives in Homebirth Practice, Vol.2

Holistic Midwifery: A Comprehensive Textbook for Midwives in Homebirth Practice, Vol. 1:

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I have the 3rd edition BAB I would be willing to sell...is that the one you need? I would need to see how much shipping would be before I price it. You can pm me.
 

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you can try abe books

 

i can give you a pdf copy of varney's if you message me your email address.


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Look around and do your best; but really, the prices are in accordance with academic books, medical, nursing, engineering, science, etc.

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I've been looking also! I bought lots on amazon, just sucked it up. Urgh. I need varneys also!

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HI, I am a student midwife currently and would love to have a link to the PDF format for Varney's....thank you!

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The Anne Frye books may be expensive but they're totally worth it. I love her writing.


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I may have a used Healing Passages for sale. PM me.


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I am also studying for Direct Entry Midwife.  If you could manage another copy of Varney's I would appreciate it.  Let me know what info you need.

 

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Half.com has some decent prices on most of the expensive midwifery books. It depends on what condition you want them in, but the prices are usually much cheaper than Amazon even for "like new" quality, and usually 1/5th the price if "acceptable" is fine with you. 

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The Anne Frye books may be expensive but they're totally worth it. I love her writing.

 

Absolutely. Best money I have ever spent on books. Ever.

 

Sometimes you can find good deals on Ebay when a mw student changes her mind and sells off a cache of books. That's how I have bought most of my library.


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