War & Peas: Emotionally Aware Feeding - end the battle with picky eaters Paperback – 8 Jan 2014
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About the Author
Jo Cormack is a therapist specialising in working with children and adolescents. She is also mum to three daughters and has been a registered foster carer. Her interest in picky eating began when her eldest child was a toddler. Jo noticed striking parallels in the way in which her young daughter and her teenage clients with eating disorders used food to challenge boundaries and strive for control. She began to explore ways of disentangling food from feelings, and EAF was born. Jo blogs about picky eating at http://www.ea-feeding.com .
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Top Customer Reviews
If you have a child who is a fussy eater - read the book, if you have toddlers - read the book and you will probably avoid many common pitfalls that face parents trying to feed their children.
I have witnessed these hints in practice having seen Jo Cormack's young daughters eat their lunch without fuss or comment and with one asking for a second helping of cabbage.
The book deserves to be read by parents, grandparents, as well as nursery and infant teachers.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really good book with simple advice providing a good balance of detail on the 'why' and practical tips on the 'how'. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tessa Osborn
I was really disappointed by this book. It's basically a 'tough love' approach of putting down your child's food in front of them and giving them no alternatives other than... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Carolina
Great book. Explained why children can make the food choices they do and what to do about itPublished 12 months ago by Bollydarling