Canadian Feed The Children

Canadian Feed The Children

September 20, 2005 09:43 ET

Feed a Young Mind: New Kid's Cookbook

Children's charity and author Jennifer Low create healthy kid's cookbook Attention: Assignment Editor, Education Editor, Food/Beverage Editor, Health/Medical Editor, Lifestyle Editor TORONTO, ONTARIO --(CCNMatthews - Sept. 20, 2005) - Parents looking to get the school year off to a healthy start will be interested in Canadian Feed The Children's (CFTC's) new children's cookbook, Feed A Young Mind. Written by Jennifer Low, food editor at Canadian House and Home magazine, and author of Canada's fastest selling children's cookbook, Kitchen for Kids, the cookbook offers 16 new beautifully photographed recipes kids can make themselves, as well as a compelling look at the charity's work in developing countries.

"The Feed A Young Mind cookbook is an exciting venture for Canadian Feed The Children and our donors across the country," says CFTC Executive Director Jim Dahl. "Our mandate is to enhance children's well-being, and the sale of this book will help us do that for children who own the book, as well as those who'll never see it but who'll benefit enormously from the community programs it supports."

While parents help their children learn about good nutrition and gain confidence in the kitchen - all without using sharp knives, stovetop burners or electric appliances like blenders, mixers, and food processors - they'll be proud to know their $10 purchase goes entirely toward Canadian Feed The Children's development programs for children living in poverty in Canada and around the world.

"When kids learn to prepare their own food, they don't take it for granted. I'm proud to be a part of the Canadian Feed The Children campaign to help kids eat healthier meals and live more joyously."
Jennifer Low, author, Kitchen for Kids

Organizations looking to contribute to their employees' family health, while supporting a Canadian children's charity, may be interested in purchasing the cookbook in bulk. Purchase price is $10 for individual copies; $7.95 each on orders of 50 or more; $5.95 each on orders of 100 or more. Feed A Young Mind may be ordered online from Canadian Feed The Children at www.canadianfeedthechildren.ca or by calling 416-757-1220 or 1-800-387-1220 during regular eastern business hours.

Author Jennifer Low, CFTC Executive Director Jim Dahl and other development program experts from Canadian Feed The Children are available for media interviews. Requests may be directed to:

Marianne Chilco, Communications Manager
Canadian Feed The Children
416-757-1220 or 1-800-387-1221, ext. 248
mailto:mchilco@canadianfeedthechildren.ca

Rick Hall, RICK HALL PR
Direct: 416/967-0751 Cell: 647/219-0691
rickhall@rickhallpr.com
IN: EDUCATION, HEALTH

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