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Fun cookbooks for kids

Cooking with the kids is a snap with

Cooking with the kids is a snap with "4 Ingredients Kids: Simple, Healthy Fun in the Kitchen" (Atria Paperback, $16) by Kim McCosker. Recipes include Purple Pancakes, Pizzadilla and Veggie Ribbon Pasta. Photo Credit: Handout

Pick up the pots and pans and make something that will excite your kids. Here are four new family-friendly cookbooks. --Compiled by Beth Whitehouse

In
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In "Ella's Kitchen the Cookbook: 100 Yummy Recipes to Inspire Big and Little Cooks" (Hamlyn/Octopus, $19.99), recipes appeal to babies and young children. From the folks at Ella's Kitchen, which creates and sells organic baby and toddler foods.

Just because summer is over doesn't mean you
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Just because summer is over doesn't mean you have to lament the end of tasty S'mores. Pick up "The S'Mores Cookbook: From Chocolate Marshmallow French Toast to a S'mores Cheesecake Recipe, Treat Yourself to S'more of Everything" (Adams Media, $18.95) by Susan Whetzel, and you and the kids will be happily fortified until next campfire season.

Cooking with the kids is a snap with
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Cooking with the kids is a snap with "4 Ingredients Kids: Simple, Healthy Fun in the Kitchen" (Atria Paperback, $16) by Kim McCosker. Recipes include Purple Pancakes, Pizzadilla and Veggie Ribbon Pasta.

TV personality Kate Gosselin shares the recipes she
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TV personality Kate Gosselin shares the recipes she uses with her eight kids in "Love Is in the Mix: Making Meals Into Memories With Family-Friendly Recipes, Tips and Traditions" (HCI Books, $22.95). The book comes out Tuesday.

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