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This current volume, written in collaboration with Dr. Lowenberg, is a welcome companion to Dr. Spock's popular "Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care." Dr. Spock's common sense and Dr. Lowenberg's wide experience in the feeding of children make this child care cookbook a valuable volume for any home with children. Not only is basic nutritional information presented in a relaxed informal manner, but other practical topics such as diet during pregnancy and lactation, infancy, and illness as well as feeding problems are discussed. In addition, there are many recipes that not only are good for children but also are likely to be popular with the entire family. Four weeks of sample menus for the main meal of the day are included for each season of the year. These menus are planned for use by the entire family. Throughout the book are scattered practical hints on how both the
Feeding Your Baby and Child. JAMA. 1956;160(11):1003. doi:10.1001/jama.1956.02960460081027
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