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  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Dorling Kindersley; Re-issue edition (1 Feb 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1405362081
  • ISBN-13: 978-1405362085
  • Product Dimensions: 17.2 x 21.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 117,712 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Parents in Touch TOP 500 REVIEWER on 10 Aug 2011
New mums have so many questions and so many concerns about feeding their baby that they will welcome a new book from such a respected expert in the field as Annabel Karmel. This is such an attractive book that it is a pleasure to read, with its pastel backgrounds to every page and clear Q and A layout - over 300 questions are answered. Five sections - 0-6, 6-9, 9-12, 12-18 and 18-36 months cover the key stages in feeding little ones. The advice is practical, easy to follow and shows a real awareness of mums' concerns. Reasons are given for the guidelines and these make practical sense and give parents a good basis for making their own decisions. There are recipes for each age group which ensure important food groups are part of the child's diet. An excellent book.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Big reader on 18 Mar 2011
I'm puzzled by the negative reviews of this title. I found it invaluable! Having had my first two children quite some time ago (and failed to remember what should be served when, and all the little tips to get food in - and stay in), this book was perfect for my new arrival. It gave solid advice on nutrition (and as he is allergic, helpful information that even our specialist did not detail), good ideas for meal combinations, help with fussy eating, and literally everything I wanted to know about breastfeeding, weaning and family meals. I would highly recommend this title, even to parents who may think they've got it covered. Of course common sense information appears, but so do some interesting and creative insights and I personally found it very useful to have all of this information in one place. Guidance changes constantly, and Annabel Karmel is very thorough in explaining new ideas - and why approaches change. Best of all, it is written with a sense of humour, and very logically ordered so that you can easily access information. Great book.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ms. K. S. K. Salwan on 10 Mar 2011
I bought this book as it is a more recent release and thought it would add to the usual recipe book. The book title is misleading. The format is question and answer but in no particular order (other than weaning stages) so it's difficult to use it unless you find yourself coming up with the same questions. I'm not sure this adds anything to the other books in her range. I have bought the Feeding Your Baby and Toddler book also - much clearer and more comprehensive. Have just placed an order for the best selling complete book Annabel Karmel's New Complete Baby & Toddler Meal Planner to see me through the next couple of years.
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0 of 6 people found the following review helpful By elizabeth on 13 Mar 2011
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There are lots of different sections which vary from breast/bottle feeding, weight worries, weaning, understanding allergies, food from a jar, feeding problems, balance & variety, healthy family habits, your sociable child, special diets for toddlers, food for wellbeing, parties and treats and independent eating.

The book consists of over 300 questions for example -
What are the advantages of breast feeding
Should i wake my baby for a late night feed before i go to bed
how can i sterilize my baby's bottles when we are travelling
My baby keeps reaching for other peoples food should i let him taste
what age can my baby tolerate lumps
what age can i chop food instead of pureeing
can i puree family food for my baby
can my baby have takeaways
my baby has any allergy to fish how can she get essential fatty acids
is wild or brown rice appropriate for babies
foods to avoid when baby has sickness and diarrheoa
what to do for constipation
is it necessary for a toddler to use cutlery
what are the best finger foods
best way to introduce spices and other tastes.

The book is split into 4 sections - 0-6months your new baby and you, 6-9months ready for food, 9-12months exploring new tastes, 12-18months toddlers on the move. There are some recipes i.e chicken quesadilla which is in the 0-6month section for some laughable reason!! others include carrot puree, sole sweet potato and broccoli puree, peach melba lollies, salmon carrot & peas with cheddar, sandwich ideas, fish gougons, chicken & apricot curry, apple bran muffins and chicken sausage rolls.
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