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(Hungry Monkey: A Food-Loving Father's Quest to Raise an Adventurous Eater) BY (Amster-Burton, Matthew) on 2009 (Anglais) Relié – 1 mai 2009

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The title and front cover description of this book corresponded exactly to my situation with my 10 month old daughter. That is, a food loving dad trying to develop a diverse palette of likes in his post weaning child. I couldn't wait to get stuck in. The style is light and easy to read and I was very happy to discover not only a list of culinary achievements but also many, humbly recounted, failures. Rather than a 'keep by the baby-cook' type recipe handbook, this is an entertaining friend with which you can share efforts and anecdotes about raising a food aware child and dealing with all the noise around this subject. I really enjoyed it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent book! 5 mars 2014
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I picked this book up during a time of great trial and tribulation. My infant son had taken his first few bites of food.. and evidently thought they were horrible. Really? Mashed avocado? I'd eat that for any meal, any day. So of course, I'm freaking out because I'm convinced that my son will be a picky eater. Someone told us about this book and I sat down with it, fully expecting to be confronted with various lists and studies proving I had somehow done something wrong and I'd need to follow a strict 10 steps to raising an adventurous eater. Bleh.
Instead, I absolutely loved this book. There are only two Rules and they're pretty dang easy to follow. A week after buying the book, reading it, rereading it, and making my husband read it, my son took his first bite of some of the best gyoza in town. And he loved it. There are some things he doesn't love yet, like ice cream, which makes me suspect that he's a changeling. But all-in-all our whole approach towards feeding our son has morphed into something a lot like the approach we have towards feeding ourselves. Eat good food, and enjoy it!
All in all, a well written book that needs to be read by anyone who is absolutely dreading a future of the white-foods-only phase.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 great read for new parents 4 juillet 2015
Par Marie - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Mostly, it was a pretty great book; it gives a fresh perspective to feeding children that just makes sense. The recipes are exceptional, even deceptive because of the ease of preparation, but taste like you're at a five star restaurant. I really enjoyed the context and recipes, but some parts seemed a little... Maybe hurried. I enjoyed the conversations surrounding the recipes and how the two were related, but around the middle, the book started to lose that consistency. There were recipes in abrupt places that clearly didn't correlate with any part of that story, before or after. I found myself confused and paging back to see if I missed something and disappointed when I realized I didn't. The details of each adventure got a little vague and it lost the intimacy it started out with. BUT I don't regret the time I spent reading it because overall, I loved spending time with the family and still ultimately felt like I was sitting at their dinner table, getting secret information about kids and food.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Inspirational and a great read! 13 octobre 2015
Par immer17 - Publié sur
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First of all, I love books that include recipes at the end of each chapter. Big bonus points there ;) Secondly, it is just a lot of fun to read. The author writes about the food-eating adventures he shares with his daughter, Iris, from birth to age 4. The memoir is very well-written and interjected with an abundance of humor. What I love most though, is the variety of meals that he introduces throughout the book, most of which he includes recipes for. If you love food, and especially if you're a parent wondering how to add some excitement to mealtimes, please do yourself a favor and read this book!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Oh So Familiar 30 septembre 2012
Par Christina Ravens Bridges - Publié sur
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Few books make me laugh out loud, but Hungry Monkey made me do so multiple times. As the mother of two young girls, I can relate to the anticipation of feeding some good food to your kids, make them just LOVE vegetables and adult foods with none of those horrible chicken nuggets...HAHAHAHAH. I used to brag about my daughter's palate. And now it's PIZZA PIZZA PIZZA ICE CREAM. Of course the author brags. It's a great setup for his downfall, the one we all hit with our kids, where suddenly one day everything green is the enemy, and their favorites are fooda non grata. I found myself reading whole passages out loud to my husband, the cook in the family. The book is funny, because it's true.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Delicious Read 30 octobre 2013
Par killerbee - Publié sur
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The author did a fantastic job telling the story about him, his 4-year old daughter, and their relationship with food. I've just started feeding my daughter solid foods. This book is hilarious and has given me a lot to look forward to. I recommend this read to those about to embark on the introduction to solid foods, although I think anyone would get a kick out of this story.
Also, the author throws in some unique recipes that are quite delicious!
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