Nutrition Interactive Tools

Books With Positive Messages About Food

For Young Kids

“The Unpopular Pea (&Carrot),” Elle Valentine

“Why Should I Eat Well?” Mike Gordon

“The Very Hungry Caterpillar,” Eric Carle

“Eating the Alphabet,” Lois Ehlert

“Pancakes, Pancakes!” Eric Carle

“D.W. the Picky Eater,” Marc Brown

“Green Eggs & Ham,” Dr. Seuss

“Growing Vegetable Soup,” Lois Ehlert

“How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food?” Jane Yolen & Marc Teague

“I Will Never, Not Ever Eat a Tomato,” Lauren Child

“Over Under in the Garden,” Pat Schories

“Seven Silly Eaters,” Mary Ann Hoberman

“The Vegetables We Eat,” Gail Gibbons

“The Berenstain Bears Down on the Farm,” Stan & Jan Berenstain

“My Amazing Body,” Pat Thomas

For Grade-School Kids

“Good Enough to Eat,” Lizzy Rockwell

“The Busy Body Book: A Kid’s Guide to Fitness,” Lizzy Rockwell

“Crunching Carrots, NOT Candy,” Judy Slack

“The Quest to Digest,” Jef Czekaj

“The Berenstain Bears and Too Much Junk Food,” Jan Berenstain

“The Monster Health Book,” Edward Miller

“How Did That Get in my Lunchbox?” Lucia Gaggiotti

“Popcorn!” Elaine Landau

“Milk from Cow to Carton,” Aliki

Nutrition Videos

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Hilary Knight Talks Nutrition

Nutrition for Active Kids

Breakfast is Essential

Whole Grains for Breakfast

Snack Boxes

Cooking with Kids

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Build A Healthy Sandwich

Quick Smashed Oven Roasted Potatoes

Eat Breakfast

The Benefits of Whole Grains

Helping Kids Understand Food Ads on TV:  Lights, Cameras, Burger!!!

Video for navigating Grocery Store for Lactose Intolerance

Recipes to Share

Recipe Carrot Soup

Recipe One Pot Pasta