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Food Fights: Winning the Nutritional Challenges of Parenthood Armed With Insight, Humor, and a Bottle of Ketchup (Anglais) Broché – 15 mars 2012


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Preachy and condescending 12 décembre 2011
Par KPS - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I'm afraid I didn't learn much; there are a few nuggets of wisdom but lots of filler. For example, did you know the reason your pediatrician weighs your child every visit is to chart their growth? You didn't? Well, thank goodness this book has a whole chapter telling you so. Their facts are sometimes iffy - if they don't have a citation, it's "many people" do this or "most people" believe that. The authors come across as preachy and agenda-driven. They appear to think all of us are clueless, lazy, and self-indulgent, with no idea how to eat healthfully ourselves. Worse, the book is really a parenting manual with an agenda, loosely disguised as being about getting your child to eat well. You should read your child books? Really? Thanks. Water makes them "pee"? Earth-shattering. Moreover, the writing is atrocious. You know those catchy subheadings you see in magazines? That. But so obscure as to be nonsensical. For example: "All Choking Aside" and "Gluten for Punishment." In short, this book has little to offer regarding feeding and nutrition. If you've been a parent for a couple years or so, and are sufficiently interested in this topic to be browsing these reviews, rest assured that nearly all the information in this book is already between your ears.
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Food Fights - a book for mommys of picky eaters 13 août 2008
Par Jennifer Truong - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Great reference for all parents. Written by two pediatrician mommys and addresses many of the common questions that overtired parents are too overwhelmed to look up. Very common sense strategies for dealing with various phases of food struggles.
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good book just not what I needed 11 mars 2013
Par Jennifer Lamb - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
My son's first pediatrician recommended I get this book because my baby fought me to eat. This book is good if you're trying to get a child to eat certain foods but no help if your baby just fights you overall to eat anything.
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A few new ideas, but mostly just common sense 10 mars 2014
Par lovelyrita - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I bought this book hoping for some magical tips that would get my picky toddler to eat her fruits and veggies, but they weren't in there (probably because they don't exist lol). Mostly the parenting advice was just common sense or things that I knew already, though there were a few good points and a lot of nutrition information if you're looking for that. The best part was the recipe section in the back- I'm excited to try those. Overall though not a book that I would go out of my way to recommend.
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Food Fights is a Knockout! The perfect baby shower gift! 28 avril 2008
Par J. Grimes - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Food Fights is practical, funny, down to earth instruction book that all parents should read- preferably when their kids are young, so they will grow up with life-long healthy eating habits. This book reads like your best girlfriend chatting with you about shared challenges with your kids, not like some ivory-towered medical advice from doctors with no kids. What other book addresses the "5 Second Rule"? It's obvious both authors have first hand experience with real life "food fights"- and this is a fabulous way to share their combined "mommy" and "doctor" knowledge. Make this your standard baby shower gift- especially for the second kid in a family, because this gift will last far longer than a cute outfit.
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