Happy Toddler Mealtimes
By Judy More
Is this the right book for me?This book gives you everything you need to help your toddler enjoy a great diet with no tantrums. It shows you how to establish happy mealtimes for the whole family, with a complete set of tools to cope with every element of fussy eating - offering insight, support and most essentially practical tips on how to ensure your child gets what they need (whatever their habits). There are plenty of menu plans, shopping lists and recipes, with lots of sensible advice on how to cope with daily realities like parties and fast foods. - A complete guide to both what and how to feed your toddler, from one of the UK's most 'pragmatic', 'sensible' and 'reassuring' child nutritionists (Daily Telegraph)- Offers not just meal plans and recipes, but also nutritional information and the latest advice on organics, GM products and 'E' numbers- Equips you with absolutely everything you need to cope with fussy eating - Practical advice, do's and don'ts, emotional supportHappy Toddler Mealtimes includes:Chapter 1: Becoming fussy about foodChapter 2: Nutrients - what growing and developing toddlers needChapter 3: Healthy eating for toddlersChapter 4: Ideas for nutritious meals and meal plansChapter 5: RecipesChapter 6: Coping with fussy eating and food refusalChapter 7: Coping with extreme food faddiness and food refusalChapter 8: Healthy eating for vegetarian toddlers Chapter 9: Common nutritional problems in toddlersChapter 10: Food allergies and food intolerancesChapter 11: Feeding toddlers with diabetes and other long-term diseasesChapter 12: Buying food and supplements and eating outChapter 13: Food safety and hygeineChapter 14: Beginning nurseryChapter 15: Looking aheadLearn effortlessly with a new easy-to-read page design and interactive features: Not got much time?One, five and ten-minute introductions to key principles to get you started.Author insightsLots of instant help with common problems and quick tips for success, based on the author's many years of experience.Test yourselfTests in the book and online to keep track of your progress.Extend your knowledgeExtra online articles to give you a richer understanding of the subject.Five things to rememberQuick refreshers to help you remember the key facts.Try thisInnovative exercises illustrate what you've learnt and how to use it.
Help Your Child to Read: Teach Yourself
By Dee Reid, Diana Bentley
Help Your Child to Read: Teach Yourself shows you how to develop your child's skills and foster a love of books from an early age. From discovering the benefits of singing and rhyming together to learning letters and later helping them at school, it gives you all the practical advice you need to confidently help your child, whatever their age and reading ability.Teach Yourself - the world's leading learning brand - is relaunched in 2010 as a multi-platform experience that will keep you motivated to achieve your goals. Let our expert author guide you through this brand new edition, with personal insights, tips, energising self-tests and summaries throughout the book. Go online at www.teachyourself.com for tests, extension articles and a vibrant community of like-minded learners. And if you don't have much time, don't worry - every book gives you 1, 5 and 10-minute bites of learning to get you started.- Gives your child a head start- Shows you how to read with your baby- Explains how to teach basic letters- Shows you how to help them make progress at school
Have a Happy Family Life
By Suzie Hayman
Why do some families work better than others? What are the ingredients for a fulfilling family life? In this wide-ranging and practical book, respected counsellor and agony aunt Suzie Hayman explains how you can make your family work, whatever stage of life you are in. This book is about you and your family - your development, your children's development, your relationships not only with your partner and immediate family but with those who raised you and those you care for and about. We'll be looking at the vital questions; How do children develop? How do families bond? How do our experiences as children help or hinder us later in life? What happens in your family of origin to give you and the best start and continuing opportunities, and how do those influences affect your ability to help your own children go on to thrive and develop? What are the issues that come up in everyday life between you and your family, and how may understanding why you behave and feel the way you do allow you to control what happens, for the best?