This is a fantastic book, because it addresses a variety of factors relating to raising healthy kids - not just food, like most books of its genre, but also exercise and 'screen time'. It has some great reference tables, such as 'Sometimes foods, once a week foods, everyday foods', as well as talking about what foods fits into the basic food groups and what 'a serving' is for various age groups. It also has practical charts to fill in to chart meals, activities, screen time, and you can download extra copies of these charts from the CSIRO website.
The book is grounded in evidence based material, and has a variety of tasty and easy to prepare recipes for all sorts of occassions, from snacks, to school lunch, to weeknight dinners. The main criticism I'd have is that it only addresses food allergies and intolerances briefly, with very general suggestions for ingredient substitutions, whereas in my experience these are widespread issues, and would make the recipe part of the book less helpful for many parents.
However, overall, this is a great book that I have been recommending to all my friends!