"This is a very thoughtful and well-planned book that provides a clear path to help your child achieve independence in the kitchen with confidence. I've seen in my own son the desire to be helpful and the pride he has when he's allowed to do these tasks for himself. I found Cotner and D'Alton's suggestions useful and easy-to-implement and they've inspired me to take the time to allow my son to help more in the kitchen." - Blogcritics
"There's a new parenting/cookbook (my favorite combo!) on the block, and this is a must-have." - Sew Liberated
"It’s fully photographed, wonderfully designed but most of all very doable and approachable." - Modern Parents Messy Kids
"I love that the intro provides some background on the Montessori philosophy, how this translates to including kids in the kitchen, and what tools are useful for cooking alongside a youngster...We love to have our neice and nephew over to cook and I'm definitely going to cook with them using a recipe from this book next time. I'm also keeping this book in mind as a present for all my friends who are parents of little ones, I hope you will too." - Rising Shining
"This book went like hotcakes at our infant toddler program this term. Everyone wanted a copy! And all commented on the fantastic skill-building how to section at the beginning of the book. Great addition to any Montessori family's bookshelf." - Meg from The Child's Space
Would you like a copy? I have two books to give away. To enter simply leave a comment in the comments section of this post. Comments close 10pm AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time) Thursday 11th October 2012. The giveaway is open internationally but please only one entry per person.
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