Think you don't have time to create a nutritious, homemade meal for your baby or toddler or just want to try something different? Check out some of these books in our parenting collection that include quick and easy ideas that can even save you money! All you need is a blender or food processor and a saucepan and remember to have fun!
Here are some book suggestions to get you started...
The Baby Bistro: child approved recipes and expert nutrition advice for the first year
Baby Love: healthy, easy, delicious meals for your baby or toddler
Better Baby Food
The Toddler Cafe: fast, healthy and fun ways to feed even the pickiest eater
The Well Fed Baby
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Small Person with Wings by Ellen Booraem: When Mellie Turpin's grandfather dies and leaves her family his run-down inn and bar, she learns that for generations her family members have been fairy guardians, and now that the fairies want an important ring returned, the Turpins become involved in a series of magical adventures as they try to locate the missing ring.
Your Friend in Fashion Abby Sapiro by Amy Axelrod: Beginning in 1959, Abby, nearly eleven, writes a series of letters to Jackie Kennedy, each with sketches of outfits she has designed, as she faces family problems, concerns about neighbors, and her own desperate desire for both her first bra and a Barbie doll.
The Trouble with Chickens by Doreen Cronin: A hard-bitten former search-and-rescue dog helps solve a complicated missing chicken case. This is a new book by the author of Click, Clack, Moo Cows that Type, Diary of a Fly, Diary of a Spider and Diary of a Worm!