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Dear Friends, Customers and all people interested,

 As of December 31st 2014, I am closing my business, Hana Peace Works. After many years in the baby business, writing books, making films and working with families, I am retiring and I am moving fully into the farming business.  I am grateful and thank everyone who we have done business with over the years. 

 I will not continue to make the What Babies Want DVD’s although I still have a quantity of copies at this time available for bulk sales. Hana Peace Works project including the copyright and trademark of What Babies Want and the BABY! Film Festival are available for purchase.  Please contact me if you are interested

Thank you - Debby


The long awaited new release of CALMS is here !
CALMS: A Guide to Soothing Your Baby

What Babies Want DVD
  What Babies Want is an award winning documentary film that explores the profoundly important and sacred opportunity we have in bringing children into the world. Filled with captivating stories and infused with Noah Wyle's warmth as narrator, the film demonstrates how life patterns are established at birth and  before. The documentary includes groundbreaking information on early development as well as appearances by the real experts: babies and families. 
   Research is now showing us that our society is a product of how we welcome and raise our children. When babies are welcomed with love and warmth and given the immediate opportunity to bond with parents,  they develop minds that are coherent and flexible, ready in turn to make compassionate and meaningful connections with others as they grow.

As we learn how early relationships shape the structure and function of the brain, we are also gaining a new appreciation of the wisdom of ancient cultures that understood the importance of welcoming children before, during and after the moment of birth.
   Narrated by Noah Wyle, What Babies Want explores these ideas, documenting heart warming personal experiences before, during and after childbirth as well as evidence of consciousness, communication and awareness in prenatal, newborn and very young infants.