The Shopaholic's Guide to Buying for Mother and Child Online PDF ePub eBook

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The Shopaholic's Guide to Buying for Mother and Child Online free pdf If you're expecting a baby, or you've just had one, then battling through crowds and negotiating high streets and shopping centres with a bump or a pram is not much fun. Thankfully, you can now shop online from wherever you are and find everything from glam maternity clothes and lingerie, car seats and buggies, to toys, gifts, bedding, bouncers and all manner of products - all in just a few stress free clicks. Shop when your baby is asleep, reclaim your free time to do something for you, find what you are looking for at the best price and get it delivered straight to your door. All the featured websites have been handpicked and thoroughly researched by online shopping expert Patricia Davidson to bring you the complete lowdown on product and price range, delivery options, gift-wrapping, returns, and site usability.

About Patricia Davidson

After twelve years in the international designer fashion mail order, Patricia Davidson started www.thesiteguide.com, an online upmarket fashion, beauty and lifestyle website directory. Her first book, The Shopaholic's guide to Buying Online, was published by Capstone in October 2006, followed by The Shopaholic's Guide to Buying Fashion and Beauty Online in May 2007. Patricia is a regular contributor to Conde Nast's easylivingmagazine.com and has also been published on online shopping in other women's titles and the national press. She lives in Buckinghamshire with her husband, three children and two dogs.

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Author : Patricia Davidson
Publisher : Capstone Publishing Ltd
Data Published : 08 June 2007
ISBN : 1841127809
EAN : 9781841127804
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 272 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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