If you love me, don't feed me junk!

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Reston Pub. Co., 1983 - Health & Fitness - 228 pages
Explains how to establish good eating habits in children, discusses nutrition and the harmful effects of food additives, and looks at food allergies and sensitivities

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The title and the theme reflected through the book is right on! Too bad more people don't feel this way. Someday the advice in this book might come in very handy if I ever choose to have kids. Eating right is very important. The author seems like she would be a very kind mother and teacher. She has a wonderful writing tone, a tone that exudes compassion. She has pictures and recipes from children, which surprisingly often weren't the most healthy recipes. It was refreshing to see the author use "her" instead of the gender exclusive "him" many people often use. However, it would have been better in my book, if would have used "his or her". She seems to vie strongly for tolerance and seems to eschew being pushy. I like how she uses how personal bad experiences with was not nutritious food to discuss the importance of proper nutrition.  



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