Book Giveaway: Redeeming Childbirth


When I discover a new book that I love, I get excited to share it with you!

Angie Tolpin, author of Redeeming Childbirth, has offered to give away a signed copy of her book to one Frugal Granola reader.

If you are expecting (or hoping to be), or planning on participating in a friend/family member’s birth soon, I highly recommend reading Redeeming Childbirth. This is a beautiful book for both wives and husbands to read.

You can read my review of the book here.

Simply fill out the form below to be entered in the giveaway!
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Giveaway ends Sunday, February 3, 2013. No purchase necessary. I received a copy of the book for review purposes. All opinions are my own. This is an uncompensated post. Affiliate links are included in this post; if you make a purchase, I may earn a small commission. Thank you for your support.

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29 comments to Book Giveaway: Redeeming Childbirth

  • Angeline

    My VBA3C was 11/11. The number of women who give their births away by ‘leaving it up to the doctor’ saddens me. I became a RN, IBCLC, LLL-L to help women get their confidence back in all areas of parenting. This subject is near and dear to my heart.

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    Mira Reply:

    @Angeline, Angeline, that’s amazing!! VBA3C! I had a c/s last year (placenta previa) and am praying for a VBAC next! But it’s encouraging to hear that you had it after 3 c/s.

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  • katy

    We are looking to start a family soon, and I would be really interested to read this book.

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  • Mira

    I had a c/s last year (full placenta previa) but am praying that I get to have a VBAC next, that’s why I would love to read this book! And also for other births as I’m a Doula.

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  • melissa

    I would love to win this book for my daughter whose birthday just happens to be on Sunday!

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  • Kate

    I am a childbirth educator and doula, but I’ve never read this book! It looks amazing and I’ve heard great things… I’d love to read it!

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  • Lori G.

    I’ve read your review earlier and would love to have this book, but the cost is prohibitive right now.

    We are expecting our 7th in Aug. Our youngest is 11, so its been awhile and he came by C-section.
    thanks for the giveaway

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  • I would love to read this book. Since my last pregnancy I am really embracing the empowerment that all women should feel.

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  • Sarah M.

    I have been hearing so much about this!!

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  • Amanda M.

    I am currently pregnant with my fifth child and would love to read this book before I go into labor. I must say I am not looking forward to labor at this point, but would love to see what this book has to say about it; how it can be redeemed. Thank you!

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  • Karis J.

    I would love to read this book! I have had two natural water births, but I feel there is still so much for me to learn about childbirth and how to overcome fears attached with that. It would be great to have the book to share with my friends who are expecting as well.

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  • Laura

    I am expecting our second right now and would love to read it!

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  • Kim

    Sounds like an awesome resource!

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  • Angeline

    Research is in YOUR side. Unless you have a stubborn placenta, it is pretty rare to occur again, and they DO move! Hopefully your provider will let you wait as long a possible to see if it will budge. I will pray for both of you!

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  • Heidi

    Because childbirth is such a miracle and i would love to read this take on it. I have 3 boys and have had two of them at home. I would recommend it to anyone that wants to do it that way!

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  • Jennifer M

    I would love to read this book because my first childbirth story did not go as planned. I would love to gain more insight on how to give all my fear and pain to God next time and fully rely on Him!

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  • I would love to read this book!

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  • Leslie

    This book sounds fascinating!

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  • I would love to read this book as the subject could use some redeeming in my household. My mother is a big fan of the usual hospital birth (as in doctor “handles” everything regardless of how I feel). My husband and I aren’t currently trying for children yet but we could really use all the encouragement we can get!

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  • I have been very interested in midwifery, and hope if it is the Lord’s will that I would marry and have many blessed arrows delighting my household!

    This book sounds so encouraging and very intriguing to me and would love to win a copy…..and if not, then I just may have to buy me a copy someday soon! :)

    Thanks for hosting such a wonderful giveaway!

    ~Miss Antoinette~

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  • Nancy

    I would love to read this book! We are expecting our 3rd child in about 2 months. My first two were homebirths that went very well. Child birth is so fascinating, and there is so much to learn.

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  • I am due in August and would love to read this!

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  • Julie

    i had three natural births, and i love talking about labor and delivery and learning about it too.

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  • Hollie

    As a Christian midwife I am always looking for christian books regarding birth, and frankly I am rarely impressed with them. I saw this and am really excited to check it out!

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  • I’m a ‘birth nerd’ and can’t get enough of natural birth books! I’d love to read this one!

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  • Julie

    I want to read this book because I’m somewhat of a birth junkie, having had seven babies myself, and yet I’ve always longed for a book that addressed more of the spiritual aspect of birth, from a Godly, Christian perspective rather than a new-age, earthy perspective.

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  • Lois

    I would love to read this, as I am hoping for a completely birth for #4, when God blesses us. I have been learning so much on this subject, but can’t get enough.

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  • Lynn

    I love reading anything about birth and had two amazing births of my own. We hope for more children and during both of my pregnancies I struggled to find much from a Christian perspective that I really resonated with. This looks wonderful!

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  • Kathleen B

    I would love to read this book! I have had three kids and would love to have future births be better!

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