Better Food for Kids: Your Essential Guide to Nutrition for All Children from Age 2 to 10, 2nd Edition
by Joanne Saab, RD; and Daina Kalnins, MSc, RD. Robert Rose, Inc. 2010.
A collection of 200 recipes, plus chapters on vitamins and minerals, vegetarian diets, food allergies, childhood obesity and avoiding food contamination.
Complete Idiot's Guide to Vegan Eating for Kids
by Dana Villamagna, MSJ; and Andrew Villamagna, MD, MSc. Alpha Books, 2010.
Are you leaning toward a vegan diet for your children — but fearful of the challenges they will face? This book provides recipes, shopping tips and helpful responses for those who ask, "Why are you a vegan?"
"Eat Your Vegetables" and Other Mistakes Parents Make: Redefining How to Raise Healthy Eaters
by Natalie Digate Muth, MD, MPH, RD; with recipes by Mary Saph Tanaka, MD, MS. Healthy Learning, 2012.
Have you been trying to persuade your child to eat more nutritious foods? Are you using dessert as a reward? Learn some new strategies, including how to make physical fitness more enjoyable.
Food Fights, 2nd Edition
by Laura A. Jana, MD, FAAP; and Jennifer Shu, MD, FAAP. American Academy of Pediatrics, 2012.
Children are not always good eaters. Here are some solutions to whining, dealing with the influence of friends and choosing when to make an issue of eating.This revised second edition also includes healthy breakfasts and snacks as well as phone apps.
Fueling the Teen Machine, 2nd Edition
by Ellen Shanley, MBA, RD, CD-N; and Colleen Thompson, MS, RD. Bull Publishing, 2011.
Written for teens and addressed to them, this book covers calories and weight management, vegetarian diets, eating disorders, exercise and much more.
How to Teach Nutrition to Kids, 4th Edition
by Connie Liakos Evers, MS, RD. 24 Carrot Press, 2012.
This new edition features even more creative ideas for parents and teachers who want to encourage children to select foods that are good for them. Hundreds of activities aimed at children ages six to 12, including MyPlate.
Keeping Kids Fit
by Len Saunders. La Chance Publishing LLC, 2010.
Our nation's children are at risk for obesity and a host of other health problems. Here are meal suggestions, ideas for motivating children to be more active, as well as chapters on the importance of drinking more water and getting a good night's sleep.
Nutrition: What Every Parent Needs to Know, 2nd Edition
William H. Dietz, MD, PhD, FAAP and Loraine Stern, MD, FAAP, Editors. American Academy of Pediatrics, 2012
Parents face the challenge of providing good nutrition for their children while sometimes encountering eating disorders and allergies. Learn how to address those issues, as well as picky eaters, obesity, physical activity and indulgent grandparents.
The Teen Eating Manifesto: The Ten Essential Steps to Losing Weight, Looking Great and Getting Healthy
by Lisa Stollman, MA, RD, CDE, CDN. Nirvana Press, 2012.
Whether living at school or at home, teens will find practical information on menus, physical fitness, sample meals and more. Also covered are food labels, fiber, junk food and mindful eating.
Weight Watchers® Eat! Move! Play! A Parent's Guide for Raising Healthy, Happy Kids
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2010.
If your children are spending too much time on the couch playing video games while eating lots of fast food, this guide is for you. You'll find ideas – not only about what to do – but what to say to your children about exercise and healthy eating. And wouldn't you like recipes for everything from "Quick Quesadillas" to "Turkey and Rice Mice" in your repertoire?