Elisabeth’s Books

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  The Breast Life Guide to
The Bra Zone
How to Find Your Ideal Size, Style, and Support

Does bra-shopping drive you crazy? Do you wear a worn out model even when you need better support? You’re not alone. The world of bras has changed. There are more places to buy, multiple ways to size, and dozens of brands and styles from which to choose. The Bra Zone provides practical advice on how to find the fit, fashion, and function you need—whether you’re buying your first or 50th bra. 

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For wholesale orders of The Bra Zone, please email e [at] thebreastlife [dot] com.


 

Book

bOObs: A Guide to Your Girls, is a humorous and informative owner’s manual by author and internationally recognized breast expert Elisabeth Dale. This breast book provides uplifting advice and a unique “hands on” approach to educate and inspire women to lead their breast life.

Filled with personal, true stories (“mammoirs™”) from real women, bOObs is also a style guide and informational resource for breast owners.  Readers are given practical and useful advice from breast experts – lingerie fitters, doctors, personal trainers and others – on what to expect from their breasts and how to put their “best breast forward” at each stage of their lives. bOObs celebrates the unique qualities of all women.

The book also serves as an educational tool for men and growing girls. Chapters range from “Sprouting” to “Saggy but Sexy and Sassy,” and everything in-between. Readers learn the state of breasts today (how E is the new C), how to find and get the right fit from a bra, what to expect when pregnant, nursing, and beyond, how to keep “the girls” healthy, and what to do if they’re not.

“This is the book about breast health that your best girlfriend wrote. Squires, the self-described ‘boob-lady’ and mind behind www.booksonboobs.com, offers readers a breezy ‘mammoir’ covering breast lore, choosing a bra that actually fits, and breast health. It has less medical detail than Dr. Susan Love’s Breast Book, but it includes a ‘boobliography”, current information about breast disease and cosmetic procedures, and a format and style that will appeal to young readers.” (Starred Review)

Library Journal“Best Consumer Health
Book of 2007!”

— Library Journal

Agent Provocateur (US)