Fun Foods for Kids & Grownups is your essential guide to family fun and good health. It guides parents and other caring adults in the awesome task of nourishing and nurturing youngsters and building in them high self-esteem. Editor Guy Lancaster says, "Using this book will help to ensure that your family not only has healthier meals but also has more fun together, keeping alive that special parent and child bond. This book is not just another cookbook; it is a workbook for family fun!" Editor Mindy Reed says, "As a librarian at Austin Public Library, I can say that this book is the type that teachers will love for assigning projects, parents will love for family activities, and children will love because it is fun!"
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The internationally published health and fitness author Linda Davis Kyle and editors Guy Lancaster and Mindy Reed have worked to present naturally nutritious foods quickly and enjoyably to capture the imaginations and interests not only of the young but also of the mature and to help build better health, too. With this book you will prepare nutritious foods that are fun for children, begin an adventure that can nurture better health and longevity, pacify picky eaters, prepare tasty meals, and plan great parties. You can introduce new foods with smart-start recipes, avoid the "good-for-you" and the "bad-for-you" traps, create rational attitudes about foods and food choices, learn to model and to encourage fitness, and to nurture self-esteem and bright beginnings. Linda Davis Kyle and William Meikle, Scottish science fiction author, introduce the recipes in "Adventures in Abunda Gardens" and encourage parents and other caring adults to read with youngsters daily.
Michael Scott, MD, the Medical Director of Sierra Tucson introduces the book with his Foreword, and Michael Janson, MD, of WholeHealth New England, concludes the book with his Afterword. The Appendix includes "Tips for Creating a Rational Attitude toward Foods," "Tips for Staying Trim," and a treasure chest of information resources of interest to parents, guardians, caregivers, educators, and youngsters. A handy Index makes this title a friendly companion reference for years to come.From the Author:
Fun Foods for Kids & Grownups introduces its recipes through a story that brings parents and other caring adults together with children for the delight of reading and sharing ideas. It promotes joyful activities for bonding and for helping parents to cultivate high self-esteem in their youngsters. Its bonuses abound with its sharing of nifty ideas for shopping for food and planning and preparing meals, planning parties, celebrating with natural, wholesome foods, supplementing regular meals with smart-start menu highlights, enjoying fitness, and more. It also introduces a wealth of further reading materials for parents, caregivers, educators, and children. Fun Foods for Kids & Grownups makes every day a celebration of life and good health.
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Book Description Writingnow.Com Pub, 2003. Plastic Comb. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0967365112
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Book Description Writingnow.Com Pub, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 128 pages. 8.80x6.10x0.40 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 0967365112