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Healthy food for young children

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About this book

Usborne parents' guides
Healthy food for young children

  • A practical guide to helping children learn to enjoy good food and make healthy choices for themselves.
  • Provides information on children's diets based on the latest research, and recipes for simple, healthy meals, snacks and drinks, including recipes children can make for themselves.
  • Includes ideas, suggestions, tips and tactics for getting children to eat well – without spending hours in the kitchen.
  • With internet links to websites with advice and recipes for parents, and games and activities for children.

Press Reviews

This handy new book is the latest from Usborne Parents’ Guides series. It’s beautifully illustrated and filled with recipes and tips on how to get children to eat well from an early age.
Junior Magazine - Book of the month

Reader Reviews

Healthy Food for Young Children
This is an amazing resource for parents/caregivers. The information is easy to read and understand, it is very clearly written. The recipes had my girls eager to try them. This book should be in every parent's bookshelf.

Joanne Beattie, 24th July 2008

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