About the Book
Struggling to get your kids to eat their fruits and vegetables? Try letting them help themselves!
Experts tell us the best way to teach kids healthy eating habits is to involve them in the process. This irresistibe cookbook presents 60 appealing recipes kids will beg to make themselves, in fun and charming illustrations they will love. Bursting with color, humor, cute animal characters, and cool facts (did you know your brain actually shrinks when you're dehydrated? Drink water, quick!), Help Yourselfempowers children to take charge of their own nutrition -- for now and for life!
- fun-to-munch hand-held snacks like Life Boats.
- bright fruit-flavored drinks like Tickled Pink.
- the always popular things-on-toast, like Leprechaun Footprints.
- salads they will actually eat, like Tiger Stripes.
- cozy soups like Tomato Tornado.
- and sweets like chocolatey Disappearing Dots!
Excerpt from the Intro:
Since the day you were born, someone has been making you food and serving you meals (that's the life!). But wait a minute...what's that on the end of your arm? Why, it's a hand! And it turns out you need little more than your own two hands and a few ingredients to help yourself to healthy foods...and help the world, while you're at it! Because from the tip of your nose to the tip of an iceberg, the food we eat affects our bodies, our environment, and even strangers on the other side of the planet. It's amazing but true.
My Take on the Book
This was a fun book that was filled with not only great recipes but images that were so colorful
and very creative too! My daughters really loved the recipes and even better they loved the fact that they could get involved in the creation of the food dish too. All of the recipes are kid friendly are are definitely ones that my kids were excited to try themselves! When we tried the recipes they loved the flavor and were asking to be a part of creating the next one. This was a great book that just kept on giving!
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