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According to research, sharing meals not only strengthens family bonds; it helps children become better adjusted, more articulate, and more intellectually curious. At a common dinner table family members eat more nutritional meals, are less prone to be overweight, and less likely to abuse alcohol, drugs, or each other. In The Family Dinner, celebrity author-activist Laurie David and Kirstin Uhrenholdt provide more than good reasons; this upbeat guide shares over 75 tasty recipes, games and tips on starting family conversations. A gift for the entire family.