About the author
Amanda Grant is a broadcaster, food writer, and mother of three young children Ella, Lola, and Finley. She has written several books, mostly specializing in children’s food and nutrition including Grow It, Cook It for Kids and Healthy Lunchboxes for Kids for Ryland Peters & Small. She writes the Junior food pages for British delicious magazine and contributes to other magazines and newspapers. Amanda is heavily involved in the first ever dedicated Children’s Food Festival and travels the UK teaching children about good food and nutrition. Her television credits include her own series Power Food, appearances on BBC2’s Food and Drink, and GMTV’s “Back to School Campaign.”
Let your kids make their own food with 50 fun recipes that will not only encourage future healthy eating habits but also develop motor skills, cognitive development and self-confidence plus you won’t have to cook!
Children’s reading books, toys and games are often targeted at specific age groups, and this new book by "one of the UK’s leading children’s food educators", Amanda Grant teaches core cooking skills designed for children aged 3–5 years, 5–7 years, and 7–11 years. Each skill is presented at the stage when a child’s development, self-confidence, and independence are ready. With plenty of step-by-step photographs for children to follow and easy, tasty, and fun recipes that they will love to learn, this is an invaluable book for parents to help teach their kids practical kitchen skills that will remain useful throughout life. As well as explaining hygiene and kitchen safety, there are more than 50 recipes specially suited to particular age groups.