Nutrition Bibliographies


  • Can’t Eat, Won’t Eat- Dietary Difficulties and Autistic Spectrum Disorders

    Written by the parent of a child with Asperger syndrome, this book describes the struggles and joys of feeding the child whom allows for very few food choices. It contains helpful hints and tips and suggestions for those tricky situations.

  • Guide to Your Child’s Nutrition

    A book published by the American Academy of Pediatrics that gives parents information and helpful tips for feeding children nutritionally sound foods and getting them to actually eat it. It also describes the standards needed for different ages, including height and weight and health safety.

  • Healthy Snacks for Kids

    This book details a variety of nutritious foods that can be made quickly and will be enjoyable to your children. It includes recipes and helpful hints for getting your kids to eat right.

  • I Will Never Not Ever Eat a Tomato

    A book for children that helps them learn how to work with brothers or sisters who are picky eaters. Encourages creativity and the power of trying for children.

  • Kinder Krunchies

    A collection of recipes for children and parents to make together with a focus on children gaining independence in their skills. It provides discussion tools to be used by parents while cooking together with their child.