365 Foods Kids Love to Eat: Fun, Nutritious and Kid-Tested!

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Sourcebooks, Inc., Jul 1, 2005 - Cooking - 440 pages
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A complete guide to HAPPY, healthy mealtimes

Here it is-the cookbook parents have been waiting for, filled with carefully chosen, great tasting, good-for-you, kitchen-tested recipes that appeal to the whole family, especially the kids! Encourage healthy attitudes toward food and lifelong, wholesome eating habits with 365 Foods Kids Love to Eat!

Perfect for busy parents and child-care providers

"A book with all the goodies." -Daily News

"As a mother and pediatrician, I have found this book to be full of healthful recipes that kids really like! A must for anyone who has the happy and sometimes perilous job of feeding children."
--Joan Slackman, MD

"Parents with children who hate all food (except Lucky Charms) will grasp this book to their breasts with gratitude." --Fresno Bee

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I have owned this cookbook for many years but don't use it too often. This week I decided to make several recipes from it. Every single one turned out very good. The up side of this book is there are ... Read full review

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The book has some intersting recipes but not really for a 2 year old. Read full review

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Table Management for Families
Healthful Suggestions
Healthful Substitutions
Rules for Baby Food Chefs
Making Your Own Baby Foods
baby foods
breads and muffins
designer foods

peanut butter
lunch boxes
world dishes
Conversion Table
Special Thanks
About the Authors
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About the author (2005)

Sheila Ellison has a B.A. degree in psychology from the University of Southern California, and is the creator and author of the very popular and successful "365" series of parenting books, including 365 Days of Creative Play and 365 Afterschool Activities. These books have grown out of Sheila's lifelong involvement with children, her many volunteer efforts on their behalf and her founding of community youth groups and mentoring programs. The mother of four children, she has recently completed national media tours presenting her ideas on successful parenting along with new products that make life with children easier. She is currently writing her next work.

Dr. Judith Gray is internationally known as an author, teacher, leader in dance research, and speaker on future trends in education. A former Executive Director of the Girl's Club of Tucson, Dr. Gray has been an educator at both the high school and university levels. A mother of four, she is currently helping to develop state-of-the-art high schools in Washington and is on the Antioch University teaching faculty. Dr. Gray is also the coauthor of 365 Days of Creative Play and 365 Afterschool Activities and has also published three books on dance.

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