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Celebrity Mom Kimberly Williams-Paisley Gets Kids to Eat Their Veggies
Date:4/30/2008

ife, and that's why I'm supporting the Love Your Veggies grant program."

In its second year, the Love Your Veggies grant program asks and encourages schools to submit the program that best meets the needs of their students and their school. Funding can be spent on fresh produce, vegetable stations, kitchen equipment, program staffing, nutrition education supplies and training.

About the Authors -- Father and Daughter Pair Up to Educate Other Families

Kimberly Williams-Paisley, age 36, first lit up the screen as the radiant young bride in the comedy feature film series "Father of the Bride" and "Father of the Bride Part II." During the first year of her marriage to country singer Brad Paisley, she wrote a series of columns for Redbook magazine about her own experiences as a new bride. Currently, she co-stars in the ABC television sitcom "According to Jim."

Kimberly's father, Gurney Williams III, has been a writer and editor for more than 40 years, contributing scores of articles -- often focusing on health -- to national magazines, including Parenting and Family Circle. He was co-author of a college textbook on children's literature, and has published several previous children's books inspired by stories he told Kimberly and her brother and sister when they were young.

Where to Get the Book

The book is available online at http://www.LoveYourVeggiesGrants.org for $5.00. All proceeds from the sale of the book will benefit Books From The Heart(R), a program of the nonprofit Heart of America Foundation(R), whose mission is to give children living in poverty the tools they need to read, succeed and make a difference.

"We have loved working with Kimberly on this project to encourage kids to love their veggies," said Kristin Wonzen, marketing manager for Hidden Valley(R). "Starting a dialogue among kids, parents and school nutrition professionals is an important
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