What Pregnant Women Read

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At Lit Hub, Yardenne Greenspan discusses the solace she found in parenting books during pregnancy:

Now that I was in this completely new and foreign scenario, my body doing things I never realized it knew how, my mind trying to keep up, my emotions all over the place, it made sense to seek out something direct and obvious: a pregnancy book. This is what pregnant women read—it’s part of our lore, and I would become familiar with it.


Katie O'Brien is an English major at Cornell University, where she writes for kitsch magazine, DJs for a rock station, and complains about the cold. Find her on Twitter @abluekite. More from this author →