The book spanning 448 pages is neatly organized into 57 chapters with attractive design, and illustrated with color, black and white photographs, line art and flow charts, tables and boxes. The very narrow focus of the book implies the intensity of expertise, which can be accessed between its covers. Issues concerning fetal and neonatal hematology and oncology are by their very nature very rare occurrences. Hence, even experienced pediatricians can find themselves challenged, when confronted with such complaints in a clinical setting. Books like these come in handy precisely at such a juncture and are instrumental in helping the pediatricians to meet the demands of the moment.