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De Madre A Madre Prenatal Care Photonovels

In the De Madre A Madre Photonovel Series, Lupe and her relatives and friends tell their stories about what it's like to be pregnant and how to stay healthy during pregnancy. Each character is in a different stage of pregnancy. This way the changing experiences and questions during the different phases of pregnancy emerge naturally throughout the stories.

  •      Lupe is 3 months pregnant with her first baby. 
  •      Rosa is Lupe's sister-in-law and is currently breastfeeding her second child.
  •      Ana is Rosa 's sister. She's 9 months pregnant.
  •      Carmen, 6 months pregnant, is Ana's best friend.

In the story about risks, Isabel, a mutual friend, has a premature baby. In the photonovel about labor and delivery, Ana has her baby. In the subsequent stories, immediate postpartum care and breastfeeding are addressed.

 Essential Prenatal Care Topics covered:

1)   Pregnancy: Lupe va a tener un bebé / Lupe is Going to Have a Baby
       Key topics: conception, menstruation, fetal development, due dates, self-care for
       each trimester 

2)   Clinic: Lupe visita la clínica / Lupe Visits the Clinic
       Key topics: Breast & pelvic exam, pap smear, easing common discomforts

3)   Nutrition: Consejos para un embarazo sano / Advice for a Healthy Pregnancy
       Key topics: Nutrition, WIC program, stress management, listeriosis, avoiding lead exposure

4)    Risks: Rosa habla de reisgos durante el embarazo / Rosa Talks about Risks
        During Pregnancy

       Key topics: Premature labor, what to avoid, healthy alternatives, when to call 911

5)    Labor: Ana tiene a su bebé / Ana Has Her Baby
       Key topics: Preparing for and managing labor, common decisions new parents make,
       car seat safety

6)    First Week: La primera semana con el bebé / The First Week with Baby
       Key topics: Immediate postpartum care for mother and baby, safety tips,
       umbilical cord care, caring for a crying newborn, when to call the doctor, and depression

7)    Breastfeeding: Las mamas dan consejos de cómo amamantar / Mothers Give Advice
        on Breastfeeding

        Key topics: Colostrum, latching on, answers to common problems and concerns, ways to
        pump and save breast milk
  • Each story is complete with a bilingual glossary of key words, activities, and illustrations to improve understanding.
  • Unique bilingual layout with numbered dialog bubbles make the stories easy-to-follow in both languages.
  • Print Size: 8 ½ X 11.  24 pages. Bilingual: Spanish and English. Full Color. 

Supplemental Edition: El embarazo y diabetes/Pregnancy & Diabetes
      Key topics: emotional impact, different types of diabetes, insulin, tips to manage blood
      sugar, signs of high and low blood sugar and what to do, when to call 911

 amazon
Ebook versions of these photonovels are
now available on Amazon.com  




To Order Print copies:
For print copies to use for hosting a Teach-With-Stories participatory prenatal education program or to distribute in your organization or community, please contact us for more information.

Note: Customization of the back cover is an option for bulk orders and license agreements.

Also see the easy-to-read photonovels we created for the National Good Agricultural Practices program on food safety. 
Key topics:  Preventing cross-contamination in home kitchens and in the field.

 

 Building A National TWS Publication Network!

We recognize that some communities and organizations dedicated to serving people in underserved communities may not have the funds to purchase these educational materials. Working together we can make our new and updated full color prenatal care photonovels available in print for the cost of shipping & handling. 
  

Join the TWS Network today!



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