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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
WASHINGTON, D. C. 717 AT-CH 4, 1916
Contribution from the States Relations Service, A. C. True, Director.
FOOD FOR YOUNG CHILDREN.'
By CAROLINE L. HUNT,
Scientific Assistant, Office of Home Economics.
Food for children between three and six years of age should be
chosen with reference to their bodily needs, as described in the
Fi. 1.-A healthy child having a sensible meal. Every child needs (clean, wholesome food, well l)rcpared,
and served in quantity and variety sufficient for normal growth.
following pages, and should be carefully prepared and attractively
served as shown in the above picture.
I Prepared under the direction of C. F. Langworthy, Chief, Office of Home Economics.
NoTE.-This bulletin is in accordance with the principles of child feeding now generally accepted by
the best authorities, and also embodies the results of work done in the laboratory of the Office of I tome
Economics of the States Relations Service, IT. S. Department of Agriculture. It is specially adapted to
the use of mothers who wish some simple and short discussion of the subject expressed in housekeepers'
26604- Bull. 717-16- 1
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