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Claire Potter is a freelance educational writer and mother of two. After some traumatic childhood experiences round the family dinner table, she set herself a parenting challenge: To create children who were non-fussy eaters and saw all food - not just chips and ice-cream - as one of life's biggest pleasures. So she had a big think and came up with a cunning plan. It worked. She now has a couple of happy, healthy, adventurous eaters: Her son was more than happy to tuck into fried wood pigeon's heart on a bushcraft course and her daughter's favourite snack is...hold your nose...dried squid. After teaming up with a specialist paediatric dietician, who works with extreme fussy eaters on a daily basis, Claire's methods have now been verified and she shares her secrets.
This may be a small book but it is absolutely packed full of excellent advice and information. I'm really glad I bought it. Read morePublished 29 days ago by GG
Really helpful book. Lots of great advice that helps you think about your family approach to mealtimes. Our 3 year olds eating is most definitely improving!Published 1 month ago by MrsRhiReid
This is good sound helpful information, but has been stretched out a bit. I think it's a little unfair that it costs £5 for how skinny the book is (there is 1 point per double... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kelly
Good but doesn't cover what to do if they don't eat any dinner! Do you allow cereal later. . .Published 4 months ago by Sheryl
Lots of helpful/useful advice.still a battle to get him to eat but reading the book together and making it fun.Published 5 months ago by Karen Anne tocher
We adopted our son at 14m and eating issues were quick to surface. Part of his issues were definitely due to a terrible weaning experience and general issues around having started... Read morePublished 6 months ago by a griffin
Tried it for months now but not having any effect on my fussy four year old.Published 7 months ago by Mrs. N. A. Cox
Very easy read. A lot of it is common sense but sometimes having it spelt out to you makes you see where you might have been going wrong, I imagine a lot of people, like me, have... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Alid7600