Stephanie Maze is a former photojournalist of 30 years whose work has appeared in exhibits and publications worldwide, including National Geographic, Newsweek, the New York Times, People, the San Francisco Chronicle, Smithsonian Magazine, Time, and the Washington Post. She is the creator of the acclaimed I Want to Be . . . series of children's books, including I Want to Be a Chef, I Want to Be an Engineer, and I Want to Be a Veterinarian. She lives in Sarasota, Florida.
"I find breastfeeding so compelling in part because it
transcends the social, ethnic, religious, and economic barriers
that divide people. Breastfeeding Around the World beautifully
illustrates breastfeeding's universality." --Nancy Mohrbacher,
IBCLC, FILCA, author, Breastfeeding Answers Made Simple
"Not only do our moms connect with the photos of their own culture, they can also see that breast-feeding is the norm in every part of the world. The sweet, tender images of mothers breastfeeding their babies evoke that very special feeling only a mom knows as she nurtures new life." --Edie Wiltsee, MPH, MS, CLC, program director, WIC Monterey County California Health Department