There are some nice ideas in here for combinations of common baby foods and spices. And I like the book's modular approach towards preparing and combining single-ingredient purees to create new tastes. HOWEVER, the book makes some serious, potentially life-threatening mistakes: it includes raw honey for recipes for infants under a year, which the American Academy of Pediatrics (and basically everyone else) warns against, due to potential botulism; and it also says that nut milks are a fine substitute for breastmilk or formula for this age group, which is not true as any pediatrician will tell you. When a book on baby food to make such serious, basic mistakes, I can't trust its advice.
Also, a large chunk of the book is "recipes" for individual-food purees, each of which is identical (steam, puree, freeze).