If Your Kid Eats This Book

As an Emergency Room pediatrician, Dr. Lara Zibners has seen it all. She's cared for a portion of the 25 million children in the U.S. who are taken to the ER each year-and she knows that more than 50% of these visits may be unnecessary.


This book focuses on the truly important questions, like how to keep your child from electrocuting themselves in the first place. Not every child has a pediatrician with specialized emergency room experience living in her home. But this book just might be the next best thing.

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If Your Kid Eats This Book, Everything Will Still Be Okay - shows parents when they may need to take action, and when they might be able to just go back to bed and call their doctor in the morning.

With sections such as "In the Diaper" and "His Noggin and the Nervous System," Dr. Zibners covers every part of the body and offers sound advice (for example, did you know that oil is the best remedy for dissolving superglue between body parts?), all while maintaining a lively and often hilarious tone.


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  1. My son is not a good eater at all. I don't want to push this issue but wonder how he lives on such a small amount of proper food...

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  2. Aneksi is pretty much a liquid dieter at this point. She eats like a bird, and I worry about her starving!

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  4. Sometimes I worry about my son accidentally ingesting small toy pieces. he knows not to, but there is always a risk with young children.

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  7. I worry about my child eating too much junk food! But risk wise, I think household chemicals, though we keep them stored away from child reach, it still concerns me mainly due to the attractive colors or misleading packaging (looks like a juice bottle, etc.) of some of the cleaners.

    This looks like a great book, thanks for the chance to win!

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  8. One of my main concerns is that my youngest likes to eat a lot of snacks and I worry about the big meals and if she is eating enough.

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