Nursing Mother, Working Mother by Gale Pryor and Kathleen Huggins. I'd picked it up at my local branch library, because I thought the title and topic were particularly relevant for me.
I'm not going back to work full time, but I am returning 20 hours a week after the end of my maternity leave. And because of the length of my work days, I will certainly have to pump while I'm there. I thought, based on a brief scan while standing in the stacks, that this book might offer me a bit of support, advice, and encouragement, specifically about the pumping part.
After having finished it, I'd say that it certainly is well written, but possibly a bit repetitive if you plan on reading it word for word. In addition, the early chapters were very basic/familiar to me from previous reading I'd done on Attachment Parenting. However, for anyone who isn't obsessed with reading parenting books but is just looking for 1 or 2 basic ones to get started, those early chapters are a nice summary.
The 2nd half of the book was more relevant to me... providing advice about the different factors involved in being a nursing mom who works, pumps, etc. And overall, the book gives a nice background history on women's rights with regard to being a mother in the workforce and also some interesting cultural information about breastfeeding and different parts of the world. For instance, in one of the early chapters, the author sites a study from Tanka in South China. According to this book, women who nurse typically do so with their right breast only. And 80% of the breast cancer that develops in older women occurs in the left breast. Pretty decent argument for breastfeeding, eh?