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100 1  Muth, Natalie Digate. 
245 14 The picky eater project :|b6 weeks to happier, healthier, 
       family mealtimes|h[Hoopla electronic resource] /|cNatalie 
       Digate Muth and Sally Sampson. 
264  1 [United States] :|bAmerican Academy of Pediatrics,|c2017. 
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520    The Picky Eater Project: 6 Weeks to Happier, Healthier 
       Family Mealtimes is a one-of-a-kind book that can 
       transform even the most finicky eaters into fledgling 
       foodies. Focusing on kids' participation, interactive 
       strategies, kitchen experiments, and delicious kid-
       friendly recipes, the book is based on a six-week plan 
       that makes shopping and cooking fun. Weekly themes and 
       goals include? Week 1 ? Picky-Free Parenting: Setting the 
       stage to help your child choose a wider variety of 
       healthful food with key parenting strategies? Week 2 ? A 
       Kitchen Revolution: Shaping your child's taste preferences
       away from bland, white and processed towards flavorful, 
       robust, and more adventurous by changing the way you 
       purchase, arrange, and prepare foods.? Week 3 ? The Little
       Chef: Getting your child into the kitchen ? early and 
       often ? to encourage him or her to try new foods.? Week 4 
       ? A Shopping Adventure: Making grocery shopping and meal 
       planning with your child more of an adventure than a 
       chore.? Week 5 ? Family Mini-Feast: Recognizing the value 
       of family meals and setting them up to fit your lifestyle 
       while progressing in your pursuit of undoing picky 
       eating.? Week 6 ? It Takes a Village: Enlisting spouses, 
       partners, grandparents, siblings, and friends to help undo
       picky eating and influence more adventurous choices.? Post
       -Picky Eater Project Week ? Making It Stick-y: Planning 
       for challenges and barriers, and putting contingency plans
       into action for lasting impact.Six weeks will fly by 
       before you know it! You and your junior chef will have an 
       amazing time working together to make? Layered Yogurt 
       Parfaits? Corn Pancakes? Mix and Match Smoothies? Beanie 
       Cheeseburgers? (Almost) Any Vegetable Soup? And many more 
       fun and healthy recipes!Written by Natalie Digate Muth, a 
       pediatrician and dietician, and Sally Sampson, cookbook 
       author and founder of ChopChop, a food magazine for kids 
       and their families, The Picky Eater Project addresses both
       the importance of healthy childhood nutrition and family 
       harmony. It offers tips and troubleshooting, recognizing 
       that it takes planning and perseverance to make behavior 
       changes stick, but that it can happen.Start your picky 
       eater project today ? your kids will love it, and you'll 
       see real changes in their eating habits! 
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650  0 Children|xNutrition|xPsychological aspects. 
650  0 Food preferences in children. 
650  0 Electronic books. 
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