My Book Shelf


It is also available with an alternate cover, featuring the iconic pregnant woman by artist Emma Lewin

The Birth Map: boldly going where no birth plan has gone beforeThe Birth Map: boldly going where no birth plan has gone before by Catherine Bell

This is the second edition of my book.

THE BIRTH MAP ​is designed to encourage note taking and to record your journey (there is even space for your birth story). Pour yourself into the book, creating a keepsake. It takes you through the Informed Birth Preparation process, helping you to create your own Birth Map and prepare for life after birth. ​ Over 200 pages, covering: Informed Decision Making, what to expect from ‘standard pregnancy care, Creating your Birth Map, General Considerations for birth, each stage of labour, post birth and beyond.

cover workbook2.jpgBirth workers and experienced Birth Mappers will find the workbook version an excellent option

This workbook is based on Section Two of The Birth Map – The Questions. Sized to be easily taken to antenatal appointment so no questions are left unasked and no information is forgotten. Keep all your preparations in one place, It can be decorated and filled with affirmations, or used to record your feelings and thoughts, along with the practical preparations. It contains an example birth map and space for The Birth Story. This workbook is perfect for birth workers to use with clients, be sure to ask your doula if they use The Birth Map. There is No One Way. This Birth Belongs To You.

The first edition is still available via amazon as an ebook.

To celebrate the launch of the second edition, UNTIL AUGUST 19, you can get 20% off RRP by ordering direct from me, and go into the running to win your money back (up to $100, winner drawn at random on August 20th).

The next few orders will receive a bonus copy of Birth Journeys

If you live in the Canberra region, join my events list to get invited to the official launch in September.

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