Truthfully, if you have more than one child with more than one food allergy or sensitivity, you really have to take what you can get in the way of cookbooks. At first, I thought this one was okay. There are some good ideas for dinners in it, and some interesting solutions to snack foods. The more recipes I try though, the more irritated I get. My biggest complaint is the baked goods. Ugh. No matter how pretty and fluffy they looked in the picture, they have so far all turned out to be gummy, gritty bricks OR a mess of random ingredients that do not hold together AT ALL. If you know your way around gluten-free baking, it is possible to adapt the recipes and make them more appetizing. I would definitely not recommend this one to people who are trying gluten-free baking for the first time. My other complaint is that this author must have a really different idea of what "low sugar" than I do. Some of the baked goods (even the non-dessert ones) are so sugary that I find them inedible. The recipes also tend to be very high-fat. Overall, I'm pretty disappointed in this one.