Sports-Tastic Birthday Party It’s Scotty’s birthday and you’re invited to the soccer field for cake, candles and kicks. Join The No Biggie Bunch as they learn that while food allergies are no laughing matter, there’s always something to smile about when friends are around. They’re such good sports!
Ricky is allergic to peanuts. He is starting Kindergarten this year. Can he stay safe at school and still have fun? Photos from school and beginning reader text help children in grades PreK-2 learn how they can stay safe at school. Classmates find out easy ways that they can help a food allergic child.
A fictional story about Asthma Camp. Captures the spirit of childhood and illustrates to children living with asthma that they too, can enjoy this most enchanting and educational summer experience.
Designed to be read aloud in a child’s classroom. This book helps provide an emotionally safe school environment for children with asthma; allowing classmates to view them as kids who just happen to have asthma at no fault of their own.
This book provides an explanation of Jeffrey’s food allergies,and how they make him feel, while also pointing out how he is like his classmates. Tips for teachers and a recipe for allergy free pizza are also included. (ages 5-10)
This light-hearted story explores the daily routines of eight best buggy friends such as Beetle, Cricket and Butterfly, as they face their respective food allergies with positivity and poise. At home and at school, at the park, or on the beach, BugaBees find ways to stay safe, have fun, and remember that the joy of… More The Bugabees: Friends with Food Allergies
When Julie, Andrew, and Claire have trouble breathing, they worry about what is going on with their bodies. As they sit together in the allergist’s office, the Great Katie Kate swoops in and takes them on a journey of discovery through the human body as she explains the nature and treatment of asthma and allergies.… More The Great Katie Kate Offers Answers About Asthma
Sean’s nebulizer mask and his imagination aid in his recovery following an astyhma attack. Includes information on childhood asthma and how to control its symptoms.
Written by a parent, a pyschologist and an allergist, this easy to read book covers allergy testing, diagnosing and treating anaphylaxis, common allergens, advice on reading labels, recipes, handling food allergies at school, tips on eating out.
Sam is allergic to peanuts, but when teased, makes the choice to pick up a peanut butter covered project, and has a reaction which leads to a trip to the hospital. A good book to use to explain peanut allergy to classmates, siblings.
Ben is a 6 year old, just like any other 6 year old, except he is allergic to peanuts. Kids will see how ben takes control of his allergy at school, on the playground, at parties.
Regina is having a birthday party and plans to have a very special cake, that her friend Paula realizes she can’t eat, due to her peanut allergy.
Grab your No Biggie Bag and hit the pavement its Halloween! The No Biggie Bunch doesn’t just trick-or-treat, they TRADE-or-Treat as they swap the candy they’re allergic to for space-age surprises. Treats have never been sweeter!
Over 145 recipes for everything from soups to salads to main courses and desserts. Many are easily prepared. Also includes 46 baked goods recipes that are cholesterol free and vegan.
Rory loves cupcakes, but he can’t eat them because they make his tummy hurt. When he goes to his friend’s birthday party, he learns that he’s not the only one who has to avoid certain foods, and he has a great time at the party.
A fun and practical story for any child living with allergies. Helps children understand the importance of learning what their allergy triggers are and how to possibly avoid them. Illustrates the fact that children with allergies can do many things.