How should I feed my child?: from pregnancy through preschool
From four of the country's leading dietitians, here's the definitive parenting guide on nutrition.Covering the prenatal months through the preschool years, this book provides clear and easy-to-use expert advice and the latest nutrition facts. Addressing real issues and parents' most common concerns, the guide tells how to start your child off to a lifetime of good eating habits. The book also includes more than 50 recipes for delicious, easy, and healthy family favorites.
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The Independent Toddler
Establishing good food habits
The Preschool Years
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