• Food & Drink

      Weekly Plan of Starting food

      by Liu Changwei

      This book is a complete guide to starting food. It’s written by Liu Changwei who is a professional children dietitian. Baby’s parents can find the answers to the almost all of the fundamental problems easily, especially the weekly plans of starting food. There are 215 baby food recipes which are accumulated by Docter Liu by more than one year .These recipes can meet the nutrient requirements of baby( more than 6 months’ old ). There also are more than two hundreds attractive illustrations. Parents can find the nutrient information of each recipes from the topics easily. Delicious energy –giving food recipes are specially prepared for the sick baby. With the help of these recipes, baby can reply from the disease quickly.

    • Children's literature studies: general
      July 2014

      Feast or Famine? Food and Children’s Literature

      by Editor(s): Bridget Carrington, Jennifer Harding

      In November 2013, the joint annual conference of the British branch of the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY UK) and the MA course at the National Centre for Research in Children’s Literature (NCRCL) at Roehampton University took as its focus ‘Feast or Famine? Food in Children’s Literature’.Food is central to both children’s lives and their literature. The mouth-watering menu of talks given to the conference delegates is richly reflected in this book. Speakers examined the uses of food in children’s books from the nineteenth century to the present day, and in a wide variety of genres, from ancient fable to twenty-first-century fantasy. From the contributions to this collection, it is shown that food within literature not only reflects the society, culture and time in which it is prepared, but also is widely used by authors as a means to instruct their juvenile readers, and to deliver moral messages.

    • Children's literature studies: general
      July 2014

      Feast or Famine? Food and Children’s Literature

      by Editor(s): Bridget Carrington, Jennifer Harding

      In November 2013, the joint annual conference of the British branch of the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY UK) and the MA course at the National Centre for Research in Children’s Literature (NCRCL) at Roehampton University took as its focus ‘Feast or Famine? Food in Children’s Literature’.Food is central to both children’s lives and their literature. The mouth-watering menu of talks given to the conference delegates is richly reflected in this book. Speakers examined the uses of food in children’s books from the nineteenth century to the present day, and in a wide variety of genres, from ancient fable to twenty-first-century fantasy. From the contributions to this collection, it is shown that food within literature not only reflects the society, culture and time in which it is prepared, but also is widely used by authors as a means to instruct their juvenile readers, and to deliver moral messages.

    • National & regional cuisine
      September 2019

      Christmas in Europe

      Recipes · Customs · Specialities

      by Taliman, Sluga

      The book "Christmas in Europe. Recipes · Customs · Specialities" includes more than 100 traditional recipies as well as customs from 35 European countries. All dishes were cooked by Taliman Sluga with the help of 12-year-old schoolkids from Wagrain and Kleinarl, Austria (where "Silent Night" was written).

    • Cooking for/with children
      June 2014

      CUPCAKES FOR KIDS

      50 little cakes for parties, birthdays and special treats

      by Rosie & Cortina Anness & Butler

      A mother and daughter team bring their years of baking experience to this charming book, with easy recipes for cupcakes, cake pops and whoopie pies that will delight children of all ages. There are cakes inspired by fairytales and games, festive occasions and best-loved animals; designs that will appeal to boys and girls; and recipes that your children will enjoy making with you. The recipes are easy to follow so bakers of all levels of experience can tackle them with confidence. From dinosaurs and farmyard faces to rainbows and fairy princess castles, there is as much emphasis on taste as appearance, so the recipes will be enjoyed by adults and children alike. CUPCAKES FOR KIDS 50 little cakes for parties, birthdays and special treats Rosie Anness and Cortina Butler CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

    • Family & health
      August 2015

      FIT FOOD FOR KIDS

      A diet plan for thealth and weight control

      by Kim Davies

      Our children are in crisis: more than one-third are now categorized as being overweight or obese. But what, in the face of a culture that thrusts unhealthy food and a sedentary lifestyle upon us and our children, can parents actually do? On a basic level, the answer is simple: change the way your family eats and exercises, not just for a few weeks, but for good. This book will help you to do just that, with expert advice about assessing and monitoring weight, ideas about what action you take including weekly activity and menu planners, fun games and step-by-step exercise routines and more than 100 healthy, fuss-free family recipes. FIT FOOD FOR KIDS A diet plan for health and weight control Kim Davies CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

    • Cooking for/with children
      May 2012

      WE CAN COOK! KIDS IN THE KITCHEN

      Learn how to cook with over 100 great recipes, illustrated step by step with 675 photographs

      by Nancy McDougall

      Encourage the aspiring young cooks in your home to take the lead role in the kitchen and they will soon be whipping up tasty treats time and time again. This bumper book of recipes is the perfect introduction to cooking for children aged 5-12. Brimming with 100 fabulous recipes, chapters cover snacks and light bites, quick-and-easy lunches and suppers, main meals, desserts and drinks, teatime treats, and party food, so there really is something for every occasion. The informative introduction covers safety advice, facts about healthy eating, and explanations of cooking terms, equipment, ingredients and common techniques. This is a must-have volume for all enthusiastic young chefs, and it will also give their parents plenty of ideas for whipping up child-friendly meals too! WE CAN COOK! KIDS IN THE KITCHEN Learn how to cook with over 100 great recipes, illustrated step by step with 675 photographs Nancy McDougall CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

    • Cooking for/with children

      THE ULTIMATE STEP-BY-STEP KID'S FIRST COOKBOOK

      Delicious recipe ideas for 5–12 year olds, from lunch boxes and picnics to quick and easy meals, sweet treats, desserts, drinks and party food

      by Nancy McDougall

      Packed with more than 150 easy-to-follow step-by-step recipes, this inspirational book presents an irresistible selection of recipes suitable for every kid from 5 to 12. Ranging from lunches, picnics and after-school snacks to main courses, desserts, drinks and party food, there is sure to be a dish that takes their fancy. Each recipe has a star rating to make choosing a suitable dish easy, and cooking and preparation times are given so you can see how long each recipe will take to make. Beautifully illustrated with more than 750 stunning images and bursting with ideas and practical advice, this book is sure to provide hours of happy eating for everyone. More than 150 irresistible recipes for kids to cook, with over 750 fantastic photographs All the classics are included, such as Tomato and Cheese Pizza, Shepherd's Pie, Double Choc Chip Muffins, Magic Chocolate Pudding and Ruby Red Lemonade Every recipe features an at-a-glance ingredients list, preparation and cooking times, and a star rating guide to make choosing a recipe easy CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

    • Food & Drink
      January 2014

      HOW TO FEED YOUR BABY WITH HEALTHY AND HOMEMADE MEALS

      Give your baby the very best start in life with 70 easy-to-make step-by-step tempting recipes for deliciously wholesome purees and nutritional first solids

      by Sara Lewis

      This clear and accessible book is designed to help parents through every stage of their baby's changing dietary needs with confidence and assurance. Clear, authoritative nutritional advice from a leading childcare writer is augmented by hints and tips on equipment, hygiene, ingredients and preparation, and the introduction covers subjects such as weaning, feeding frequency and avoiding fussy eating. The easy-to-follow recipes offer an exciting repertoire of appropriate foods, and together create a well-balanced diet, full of variety and new tastes. Illustrated throughout, this is a book that every new parent will enjoy using constantly. HOW TO FEED YOUR BABY WITH HEALTHY AND HOMEMADE MEALS Give your baby the very best start in life with 70 easy-to-make step-by-step tempting recipes for deliciously wholesome purees and nutritional first solids Sara Lewis CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

    • Cooking for/with children
      May 2011

      Healthy Kids Cookbook

      Fantastic recipes for children to cook that are good for you too! Tasty dishes made easy, in 300 photographs

      by Nancy McDougall

      Children of all ages enjoy helping out in the kitchen, and even more so when they are taking the lead role. This book allows kids to be the chefs, whipping up scrummy home-cooked meals to impress family and friends. Packed with 60 easy-tofollow recipes, this book contains something for every child aged 5 12, from simple salads and nutritious lunch-box foods to main meals, juices and tasty, low-fat sweet treats. An informative introduction will help you and your children to get cracking in the kitchen. This is followed by a fabulous selection of nutritious recipes, tailored to appeal to the growing child. Each recipe has a difficulty star rating, as well as cooking and preparation times. Bursting with 300 beautiful colour photographs of the finished dishes, as well as helpful, step-by-step sequences, this book will make healthy cooking and eating part of everyday fun in the kitchen, for both you and your children. Healthy Kids Cookbook Fantastic recipes for children to cook that are good for you too! Tasty dishes made easy, in 300 photographs Nancy McDougall CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

    • Cooking for/with children
      July 2017

      VEGETARIAN KIDS' COOKBOOK

      50 tasty, healthy and great-looking dishes every child will love

      by Roz Denny

      VEGETARIAN KIDS' COOKBOOK 50 tasty, healthy and great-looking dishes every child will love Roz Denny - This is an essential guide for any parent looking for delicious meat-free recipes to feed their children. There are many wonderful dishes here to please even the fussiest of eaters, and a variety of ideas that will nourish and delight, including veggie versions of timeless dishes. Popular classics include Vegetarian Lasagne and Bean Burgers, as well as more exotic ideas to tempt your kids, such as Vegetable Paella with a side order of Roasted Vegetables or Fruity Coleslaw. Of course, no children's recipe book would be complete without desserts, which range from healthy fruit salads and Strawberry Smoothies to richer treats such as Carrot Cake or Blueberry Muffins. Over 350 stunning photographs and step-by-step techniques help you prepare each recipe, making this a truly wonderful guide to creating the most delectable dishes. Fresh, fun food shown in 350 step-by-step photographs. Dishes to suit all occasions and tastes, from Chunky Cheesy Salad to Wicked Tortilla Wedges. Healthy dishes for your children, with meal planners to help balance their nutritional needs. Detailed introduction and tips throughout, with specialist advice on feeding vegetarian children. Stunning photographs and easy-to-follow techniques make cooking easy and fun.

    • Cooking for/with children
      April 2014

      COOKING FOR TODDLERS

      How to give your toddler the best health and vitality

      by Sara Lewis

      This book is specifically designed to help parents through their child's feeding and dietary needs with confidence and assurance. It is packed with stimulating, tempting step-by-step recipes that are guaranteed to solve food rejection problems and encourage eating habits that will stand them in good stead through to adulthood. The book is divided into sections, with ideas for lunchtime meals, vegetarian dishes, quick teas, bread and toast snacks, simple puddings, and cakes and bakes that a toddler can help to prepare. It solves problems, answers questions and provides an invaluable recipe source in one accessible and reliable volume. COOKING FOR TODDLERS How to give your toddler the best health and vitality Sara Lewis CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

    • Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure
      October 2014

      Teaching Healthy Cooking and Nutrition in Primary Schools, Book 5 2nd edition (ebook PDF)

      Chicken Curry, Macaroni Cheese, Spicy Meatballs and Other Recipes

      by Sandra Mulvany

      Healthy Cooking for Primary Schools is a five-book series, providing a practical cooking programme for primary schools. This 2nd edition has been fully updated to make the books compatible with requirements in the September 2014 National Curriculum for all primary school children to be taught to cook and apply the principles of nutrition and healthy eating. For each recipe there are essential cooking skills, theory and health and safety points, introduced progressively throughout the series. All these skills are a necessary part of cooking and, when mastered early, pupils will gain a positive experience of self-achievement and satisfaction and, yes, they will take great delight in trying the results for themselves! Each book contains 12 easy-to-follow, photocopiable recipes, presented in both a traditional format and in a visual, step-by-step format, to suit pupils of differing reading abilities. All the recipes have tried, tested and enjoyed by primary school pupils. ; Healthy Cooking for Primary Schools is a five-book series, providing a practical cooking programme for primary schools. This 2nd edition has been fully updated to make the books compatible with requirements in the September 2014 National Curriculum for all primary school children to be taught to cook and apply the principles of nutrition and healthy eating. For each recipe there are essential cooking skills, theory and health and safety points, introduced progressively throughout the series. All these skills are a necessary part of cooking and, when mastered early, pupils will gain a positive experience of self-achievement and satisfaction and, yes, they will take great delight in trying the results for themselves! Each book contains 12 easy-to-follow, photocopiable recipes, presented in both a traditional format and in a visual, step-by-step format, to suit pupils of differing reading abilities. All the recipes have tried, tested and enjoyed by primary school pupils.

    • Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure
      October 2010

      Healthy Cooking for Primary Schools, Book 1

      by Sandra Mulvaney

      Healthy Cooking for Primary Schools, Book 1 is one of a series of five books, providing a practical cooking programme for primary schools. Essential cooking skills, theory and health and safety points are introduced progressively throughout the series. Help children to become lifelong healthy eaters with this collection of 12 easy-to-follow, photocopiable recipes, presented in both a traditional recipe format and in a visual, step-by-step format, to suit pupils of differing reading abilities. Recipes include Fruit Salad, Rainbow Sticks, Bread Pizza and Chinese Noodle Soup. ; Help primary school children to become lifelong healthy eaters with this collection of 12 easy-to-follow, photocopiable recipes, presented in both a traditional recipe format and in a visual, step-by-step format, to suit pupils of differing reading abilities. Recipes include Fruit Salad, Rainbow Sticks, Bread Pizza and Chinese Noodle Soup.

    • Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure
      October 2010

      Healthy Cooking for Primary Schools, Book 2

      by Sandra Mulvany

      Healthy Cooking for Primary Schools, Book 2 is one of a series of five books, providing a practical cooking programme for primary schools. Essential cooking skills, theory and health and safety points are introduced progressively throughout the series. Help children to become lifelong healthy eaters with this collection of 12 easy-to-follow, photocopiable recipes, presented in both a traditional recipe format and in a visual, step-by-step format, to suit pupils of differing reading abilities. Recipes include Wholemeal Scones, One-pot Vegetable Pasta, Bread Rolls and Carrot Soup. ; Help primary school children to become lifelong healthy eaters with this collection of 12 easy-to-follow, photocopiable recipes, presented in both a traditional recipe format and in a visual, step-by-step format, to suit pupils of differing reading abilities. Recipes include Wholemeal Scones, One-pot Vegetable Pasta, Bread Rolls and Carrot Soup.

    • Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure
      October 2010

      Healthy Cooking for Primary Schools, Book 3

      by Sandra Mulvany

      Healthy Cooking for Primary Schools, Book 3 is one of a series of five books, providing a practical cooking programme for primary schools. Essential cooking skills, theory and health and safety points are introduced progressively throughout the series. Help children to become lifelong healthy eaters with this collection of 12 easy-to-follow, photocopiable recipes, presented in both a traditional recipe format and in a visual, step-by-step format, to suit pupils of differing reading abilities. Recipes include Vegetable Stir Fry, Naan Bread, Potato Salad and Tuna in Salad. ; Help primary school children to become lifelong healthy eaters with this collection of 12 easy-to-follow, photocopiable recipes, presented in both a traditional recipe format and in a visual, step-by-step format, to suit pupils of differing reading abilities. Recipes include Vegetable Stir Fry, Naan Bread, Potato Salad and Tuna in Salad.

    • Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure
      October 2010

      Healthy Cooking for Primary Schools, Book 4

      by Sandra Mulvany

      Healthy Cooking for Primary Schools, Book 4 is one of a series of five books, providing a practical cooking programme for primary schools. Essential cooking skills, theory and health and safety points are introduced progressively throughout the series. Help children to become lifelong healthy eaters with this collection of 12 easy-to-follow, photocopiable recipes, presented in both a traditional recipe format and in a visual, step-by-step format, to suit pupils of differing reading abilities. Recipes include Chile con Carne, Onion Bhajis, Leek and Mushroom Risotto and Pizza Swirls. ; Help primary school children to become lifelong healthy eaters with this collection of 12 easy-to-follow recipes, presented in both a traditional recipe format and in a visual, step-by-step format, to suit pupils of differing reading abilities. Recipes include Chile con Carne, Onion Bhajis, Leek and Mushroom Risotto and Pizza Swirls.

    • Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure
      October 2010

      Healthy Cooking for Primary Schools, Book 5

      by Sandra Mulvany

      Healthy Cooking for Primary Schools, Book 5 is one of a series of five books, providing a practical cooking programme for primary schools. Essential cooking skills, theory and health and safety points are introduced progressively throughout the series. Help children to become lifelong healthy eaters with this collection of 12 easy-to-follow, photocopiable recipes, presented in both a traditional recipe format and in a visual, step-by-step format, to suit pupils of differing reading abilities. Recipes include Salmon Patties, Vegetable Samosas, Tortillas and Spicy Meatballs. ; Help primary school children to become lifelong healthy eaters with this collection of 12 easy-to-follow, photocopiable recipes, presented in both a traditional recipe format and in a visual, step-by-step format, to suit pupils of differing reading abilities. Recipes include Salmon Patties, Vegetable Samosas, Tortillas and Spicy Meatballs.

    • Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure
      October 2014

      Teaching Healthy Cooking and Nutrition in Primary Schools, Book 1 2nd edition

      Fruit Salad, Rainbow Sticks, Bread Pizza and Other Recipes

      by Sandra Mulvany

      Healthy Cooking for Primary Schools is a five-book series, providing a practical cooking programme for primary schools. This 2nd edition has been fully updated to make the books compatible with requirements in the September 2014 National Curriculum for all primary school children to be taught to cook and apply the principles of nutrition and healthy eating. For each recipe there are essential cooking skills, theory and health and safety points, introduced progressively throughout the series. All these skills are a necessary part of cooking and, when mastered early, pupils will gain a positive experience of self-achievement and satisfaction and, yes, they will take great delight in trying the results for themselves! Each book contains 12 easy-to-follow, photocopiable recipes, presented in both a traditional format and in a visual, step-by-step format, to suit pupils of differing reading abilities. All the recipes have tried, tested and enjoyed by primary school pupils. ; Healthy Cooking for Primary Schools is a five-book series, providing a practical cooking programme for primary schools. This 2nd edition has been fully updated to make the books compatible with requirements in the September 2014 National Curriculum for all primary school children to be taught to cook and apply the principles of nutrition and healthy eating. For each recipe there are essential cooking skills, theory and health and safety points, introduced progressively throughout the series. All these skills are a necessary part of cooking and, when mastered early, pupils will gain a positive experience of self-achievement and satisfaction and, yes, they will take great delight in trying the results for themselves! Each book contains 12 easy-to-follow, photocopiable recipes, presented in both a traditional format and in a visual, step-by-step format, to suit pupils of differing reading abilities. All the recipes have tried, tested and enjoyed by primary school pupils.

    • Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure
      October 2014

      Teaching Healthy Cooking and Nutrition in Primary Schools, Book 2 2nd edition

      Carrot Soup, Spaghetti Bolognese, Bread Rolls and Other Recipes

      by Sandra Mulvany

      Healthy Cooking for Primary Schools is a five-book series, providing a practical cooking programme for primary schools. This 2nd edition has been fully updated to make the books compatible with requirements in the September 2014 National Curriculum for all primary school children to be taught to cook and apply the principles of nutrition and healthy eating. For each recipe there are essential cooking skills, theory and health and safety points, introduced progressively throughout the series. All these skills are a necessary part of cooking and, when mastered early, pupils will gain a positive experience of self-achievement and satisfaction and, yes, they will take great delight in trying the results for themselves! Each book contains 12 easy-to-follow, photocopiable recipes, presented in both a traditional format and in a visual, step-by-step format, to suit pupils of differing reading abilities. All the recipes have tried, tested and enjoyed by primary school pupils. ; Healthy Cooking for Primary Schools is a five-book series, providing a practical cooking programme for primary schools. This 2nd edition has been fully updated to make the books compatible with requirements in the September 2014 National Curriculum for all primary school children to be taught to cook and apply the principles of nutrition and healthy eating. For each recipe there are essential cooking skills, theory and health and safety points, introduced progressively throughout the series. All these skills are a necessary part of cooking and, when mastered early, pupils will gain a positive experience of self-achievement and satisfaction and, yes, they will take great delight in trying the results for themselves! Each book contains 12 easy-to-follow, photocopiable recipes, presented in both a traditional format and in a visual, step-by-step format, to suit pupils of differing reading abilities. All the recipes have tried, tested and enjoyed by primary school pupils.

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