(1) The Silver Spoon Book for Children
Chic, simple, easy to follow and packed with 50 nutritionally balanced recipes chosen by Italian chefs, this book is perfect for budding Antonio Carluccios.
(2) Cook it Together, by Annabel Karmel
Karmel takes 10 kitchen-cupboard staples and shows us how to use them to cook up a storm in this 48-recipe book.
(3) I Want To Be A Chef: Around the World
Introduce young Delias and Gordons to a world of flavours with this cookbook, which is aimed at eight- to 14-year-olds and contains 100 easy-to-follow recipes from around the world.
(4) Completely Revolting Recipes, by Roald and Felicity Dahl
From Wormy Spaghetti to Scrambled Dregs, Roald Dahl's revolting recipes are a joy for the imagination as well as for the stomach.
(5) Children's Step-by-Step Cookbook, by Angela Wilkes
The advantage of this book is that along with pictures of the finished product, you get handy step-by-step photographs, too. And it has recipes for everything from toasty snacks to pies and cakes.
(6) River Cottage Baby and Toddler Cookbook, by Nikki Duffy
Nikki Duffy brings the River Cottage ethos of sustainability and localism to children's food with this step-by-step cookbook which also has handy tips on sourcing good-quality produce.
(7) Vegetarian Kids' Cookbook, by Roz Denny
Go green and get healthy with this collection of vegetarian dishes for all occasions. The carrot cake recipe is a winner.
(8) My Daddy Cooks, by Nick Coffer
Nick Coffer, of the video blog MyDaddyCooks.com, and his son Archie whip up a storm in this 100-recipe book. It's not all cupcakes, either ? the baked risotto and Mexican lasagne is dinner-party standard.
(9) Hungry? The Innocent Recipe Book
First it was smoothies, then vegetable pots, now the people at Innocent have published a cookbook full of quirky facts.
(10) The Whole Family Cookbook, by Michelle Stern
Fancy teaching your toddler or pre-teen the importance of local, organic food? This book contains 75 taste-tickling healthy recipes.