Monday, September 29, 2008

Recommended Reading

On Vaccines:

"Vaccines: Are They Really Safe and Effective" by Neil Z. Miller

"Vaccine Safety Manual" by Neil Z. Miller

"The Virus and the Vaccine" by Debbie Bookchin and Jim Shumacher

"Evidence of Harm" by David Kirby

"The Lyme-Autism Connection" by Bryan Rosner with Tami Duncan

"Louder Than Words" by Jenny McCarthy

"Mother Warriors" by Jenny McCarthy (inspiring true stories of Autism recovery!)

"The Sanctity of Human Blood: Vaccination is Not Immunization - Thirteenth Edition" by Tim O'Shea

"Healing and Preventing Autism" by Jenny McCarthy and Jerry Kartzinel, M.D.

"Fear of the Invisible" by Janine Roberts

On Childhood Development:

"Your Week by Week Baby's First Year" by Curtis, M.D., M.P.H. and Schuler, M.S.

"What to Expect The Toddler Years" by Eisenberg, Murkoff, and Hathaway

For Suspected Developmental Delays

"A Parent's Guide to Developmental Delays" by Laurie LeComer, M. Ed.

"The Mislabeled Child" by Brock Eide, M.D., M.A., and Fernette Eide, M.D.

"From Emotions to Advocacy" by Pam Wright and Pete Wright

** I will continuously be adding more to this list


Anonymous said...

Hi Dawn,

Can I suggest another book? It's called Fear Of The Invisible, by Australian investigative journalist Janene Roberts. Available on Amazon, but not widely available many other places (for obvious reasons!).

She's the woman who kick-started the blood diamond campaigns, and is known in Aus for her work with the stolen generation of aboriginal people.

The book itself is the result of 10 years worth of research into vaccines and why it is they're causing these diseases and illnesses in our children - she started as a novice with no idea there could be a problem, asked by some parents to help out after their children became autistic after MMR. As such, it reads like an unfolding story of scandal, lies, cover-ups... very easy language to understand, full of science, several references on every page (so you can print off or look up her evidence for yourself), scanned images of documentation she's managed to get hold of herself...

I've never read a scarier book on the subject - it's one I have several copies of, and make sure I lend it to any friend who falls pregnant and anyone else interested now. A totally invaluable resource.

Hope that helps. :)

Dawn said...

Thank you!! I have been hearing quite a lot about that book too. Another "must" for my own personal library. I will be sure to add it to my post also.