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Top Tips for Fussy Eaters by [Ford, Gina]
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4.4 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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"For an astonishing number of mothers, she has proved a saviour" (Daily Telegraph)

"Gina Ford is the Delia Smith of parenting ... while Delia tells you how to make the perfect omelette, Gina tells you how to nurture the perfectly happy baby" (You magazine)

"For me she was an absolute godsend" (Kate Winslet)

"Britain's best-known childcare guru" (The Times)

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Britain's bestselling childcare author offers invaluable advice on coping with your fussy eater

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 303 KB
  • Print Length: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Ebury Digital (24 July 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003X27OO2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #102,903 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I was going through a difficult stage with my son's fussy eating and because of the reviews purchased this book. However it has the same information about mealtimes as the numerous other cookbooks that I have. Annabel Karmel has almost the exactly same tips.

This book has case scenarios which the other cookbooks don't have, however only one scenario fitted my son and there was no direct tips for the problems. There are only a few recipes but for basic things like tomamto sauce for pizza etc. For this same money I have actually bought children's cookbooks with over 100 receipes and the same info on mealtime tips for encouraging children to eat.

If you have any children's cookbook and haven't read the feeding chapters that give help and advice I would recommend that you read those chapters instead of buying this book and put the money towards something useful such as a snazzy tablecloth which made an actual difference to our mealtimes.
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The book is all pretty much common sense, and if you've read anything at all on the subject you will not find anything ground breaking inside
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This book should be owned by all parents with toddlers! The advice here, as in all of Gina Ford's other books, is simple and no-nonsense. Time and again other parents say to me "your kids eat so well", and I have to admit that it's all down to Gina's fantastic advice. It's common sense, really, keep snacks small, keep meals home cooked and, of course, have a good set routine! Sounds simple, but you'd be surprised at how many parents I know just don't do it!!!

The Case Study's really make this book and there's also some great recipes, as well as a FAQ section . The smaller format is great too, for dipping in and out of when time is short.

I can't recommend this book highly enough!!!
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My middle son Kai has always been a fussy eater, and being a fan of Gina's methods, I bought this book. The tips are excellent, and make sense. The case studies cover a wide array of problems, and are informative and useful. Within a couple of weeks, Kai had added more than half a dozen new foods to his repertoire, and meal times were less of a battle. More than anything I suppose, I became more relaxed after reading it. I took Gina's advice to relax and not worry, and even this attitude, seemed to make a difference. Highly recommended.
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This book is a very accessible and useful to all parents not just those who have fussy eaters at home! Toddlers often become fussier or have phases and days where they are fussier than usual and this book has lots of ideas and suggestions to help in these situations. People who are yet to wean their baby could also benefit from some of the advice about preventing fussy eaters.
You don't need to follow Gina Ford's Contented Baby routines to access this book.
There are some useful case studies and FAQ for readers who have more difficulty with their little one's diets, information about nutrition and healthy eating and ideas for how to encourage an interest in food in kids. There are also some very good and simple recipes included.
It condenses some ideas from Gina Ford's bigger books on weaning and eating but for £5 (or less if there's an offer!)you can't go wrong.
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lots of helpful advice how to deal with the problem of fussy eating habits, one of the best I read on the subject
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very helpfull little book when coping with fussy little eaters, lots of usefull tips and advise to help encourage little ones on their way to healthy eating, offers support when needed most [when the wee ones have decided they don't actually need to eat more than a mouthfull to survive]
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