First Meals And More: Your Questions Answered

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Penguin, Jan 6, 2009 - Family & Relationships - 224 pages
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This book gives parents all the tools they need to get their babies and toddlers started on healthy eating habits that will last a lifetime. A great collection of quick, easy, and delicious recipes is partnered with a Q&A and loads of handy hints and tips on what younger kids will and won’t eat, what’s good for them and what isn’t, some surprising exotic foods that are actually highly beneficial, and plenty of advice on how to awaken your child''s interest in a variety of foods. Expert advice helps parents addressthe key issues likely to affect each of the five age groups in the book, with more than 400 helpful Questions and Answers from bestselling author Annabel Karmel, a leader in the field of children''s food and nutrition today. Fifty tempting,nutritious ‘recipes-to-the-rescue’ will appeal to the fussiest eaters that children will love and want to eat over and over again.
 

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Contents

foreword 6
6
your new baby and you 8
8
ready for food 42
42
exploring new tastes 88
88
toddlers on the move 124
124
eating with the family 172
172
resourcesconsultants 220
220
index 221
221
about the authoracknowledgments 224
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Annabel Karmel is the best-selling author of seventeen books on baby and children's food and nutrition. She is an expert in devising tasty and nutritious meals for children without spending long hours in the kitchen.

A mother of three, Karmel has become a cookbook phenomenon. Her books have sold over 3 million copies worldwide, and have been perennial bestsellers in the US, including DK's First Meals (2004), Mom & Me Cookbook (2006), The Toddler Cookbook (2008), Baby's First Year: Memories for Life (2008), First Meals Food Diary (2008), and the forthcoming First Meals and More: Your Questions Answered (April 2009), Cook It Together (June 2009) and the preschool book I can Eat a Rainbow (May 2009).These books are not only sold in traditional publishing outlets but also in Wal-Mart and Target.

Cookbooks are not the only string to Annabel's bow; she now has ranges for feeding babies and toddlers, food preparation equipment, children's food, and baking and party ware. She is also aiming to revolutionize the way children eat in restaurants and her healthy menus can be found at popular attractions throughout the UK.

Annabel travels frequently to the United States, where her books on feeding babies and young children are well-liked and widely available. She has appeared on many TV programs, including the "Today Show," "The Early Show," "Regis & Kelly Live" and "The CBS Early Show."

Annabel's popular website, www.annabelkarmel.com, currently has over 50,000 members.She has also launched an online TV channel on feeding babies and children: http://annabelkarmel.tv.She was awarded an MBE (Member of the British Empire for services in children's nutrition) by the Queen in 2006.Annabel is available for interviews.

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