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The latest book from Dr. Tanya Altmann, What To Feed Your Baby, is now available!
As a pediatrician, spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatrics, and mother of three boys, Dr. Tanya Altmann knows that good nutrition is essential for healthy kids. In What to Feed Your Baby, Dr. Tanya provides the latest nutritional recommendations and best practices for feeding babies and young children. The simple, fool-proof program focuses on serving eleven foundation foods: eggs, prunes, avocado, fish, yogurt/cheese/milk, nuts, chicken/beans, fruit, green veggies, whole grains, and water. What to Feed Your Baby helps parents set their children up for a lifetime of healthy choices—and say goodbye to picky eating forever!
The new must-have resource for parents of children up to age three! Small enough to fit in a diaper bag, but big on straight-forward, medically-sound advice delivered in the warm, funny and straightforward style that has made author Tanya Altmann, MD, FAAP, a favorite on NBC’s Today show.
The first 5 years of a child’s life are filled with major developmental and behavioral milestones that prepare him or her to enter the world beyond home and family. This wondrous time provides an opportunity to help children fulfill their potential. The Wonder Years shows you how to make the most of these first 5 years with dependable, authoritative, and up-to-date information on child development
With more than 4 million copies in print, our top-selling parenting guide has shaped the health and well-being of children for nearly 20 years.
In addition to her own award winning and best selling parenting books, Dr. Tanya has contributed to many parenting books including:
- SuperBaby: 12 ways to Give Your Child a Head Start in the First 3 Years (Dr. Jenn Berman)
- The Experts’ Guide to the Baby Years (Samantha Ettus)
- Baby Bites (Bridget Swinney)
- The Essential Breast Feeding Log (Shea and Schlosberg)
- Dedicated to the Health of All Children—75 Years of Caring (American Academy of Pediatrics)