The Princess and the Peanut Allergy

Albert Whitman & Company FBA-|275229 - With dimensional and bright illustrations, this book perfectly depicts the importance of respecting a friend's needs. Regina has a huge, princess-themed, regina learns how dangerous an allergic reaction can be, that is until she learns that her best friend Paula has a severe peanut allergy! In this introduction to food allergies, peanut-filled cake planned for her birthday party, and how she can best help a friend stay safe.





The Bugabees: Friends With Food Allergies

Beaver's Pond Press FBA-|280255 - At home and at school, or on the beach, or in some cases, have fun, BugaBees find ways to stay safe, at the park, and remember that the joy of friendship is far sweeter than any food they can, can't have. While a child could be allergic to any food, shellfish, BugaBee characters are based on the eight foods that account for 90 percent of all allergic reactions: peanuts, tree nuts, soy, milk, fish, eggs and wheat.

The bugabees: friends with food Allergies brings fresh optimism and fun to children dealing with the everyday challenges of managing a food allergy. With captivating illustrations and clever rhyming verse, this fun and fanciful tale teaches children to be happy and healthy in spite of a food allergy diagnosis.

The Bugabees: Friends With Food Allergies - Food allergies are never fun, but best friends always are! 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. A whimsical tale of eight friends with food allergies.

. Additional activities and talking points in the back of the book inspire further learning and teaching opportunities for young children and their caregivers.





Nutley, the Nut-Free Squirrel

Mascot Books - Join him on his journey to stay healthy with the help of his friends! 100% of book proceeds will be donated to FARE. Meet nutley, an adorable squirrel who doesn't let his nut allergy slow him down.





Daniel Has an Allergy Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

Simon Spotlight - Daniel learns how he can take care of his allergy—even at school! A wonderful story for children with food allergies or for those who know someone with them. Thankfully, dad and Doctor Anna take care of him. 2017 the fred Rogers Company. A new generation of children love daniel tiger’s neighborhood, inspired by the classic series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood! Daniel Tiger learns how to manage a food allergy in this helpful 8x8 storybook based on an episode of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.

When daniel eats a peach for the first time, he learns that he is allergic to the fruit.





PBS KIDS: All About Allergies DVD

PBS 43531226 - Shrink-wrapped. Dad and doctor anna take care of him, and Doctor Anna tells Daniel how he can take care of himself, too. When daniel tries a peach for the first time, he learns he is allergic to the fruit.





Food Allergies and Me: A Children's Book

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform - Shrink-wrapped. Jack’s confidence demonstrates to the reader that having a food allergy is not a stigma or shame. Whether a child has allergies or has a friend who does, they will benefit from social lessons such as not sharing food, washing hands, and embracing one another’s differences. Rather, it is a safety issue made simple with the ability to self advocate.

This book equips children with social and safety knowledge, as well as the tools needed to confidently navigate life with food allergies. Young children will begin to understand the importance of identifying allergens, asking for help when unsure, and alerting an adult immediately should they experience symptoms of an allergic reaction.

Food Allergies and Me: A Children's Book - Explore the life of a food allergic child as you follow Jack through a day of school, an allergist appointment, and the playground. Food allergies and me is a children's book that provides an engaging and relatable experience for children who are beginning to learn about and cope with food allergies.





No More Peanuts For Ellie the Elephant: Kid Safety on Peanut Allergies

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform - Suzie decides to feed peanuts to Ellie and all the other elephants. Her tongue and trunk are swollen, and she has a strange pain in her stomach. Shrink-wrapped. One little girl, however, doesn’t understand why it’s so important to keep peanuts away from Ellie. It will take the wisdom of ellie’s mom and the vet’s magic pen to stop Ellie from getting worse! This fun coloring book invites kids along on Ellie’s adventure.

Ellie is allergic to peanuts! After eating them, she gets an itchy rash that begins to spread. One of these warns visitors not to feed the elephants peanuts. There are some very important rules at the zoo where Ellie the Elephant lives. Ellie is scared. As they add color to her zoo, they will learn all about the dangers of allergic reactions and what to do if they experience the same symptoms! Parents can use this book to launch a discussion with their children about being mindful of their classmates’ allergies and other health concerns.

No More Peanuts For Ellie the Elephant: Kid Safety on Peanut Allergies - Ellie is safe as long as everyone follows the rules and keeps the zoo a peanut-free zone. Ellie enjoys eating such a delicious snack but soon realizes the terrible consequences of her actions.





The Peanut-Free Cafe

Albert Whitman & Company - Should the principal forbid peanut butter in the cafeteria? Simon comes up with a clever idea. The school can have a peanut-free café! Shrink-wrapped. Used book in Good Condition. A new student, grant, is allergic to peanut butter and can't sit near anyone eating it.





Can I Have Some Cake Too? a Story about Food Allergies and Friendship

River Sanctuary Publishing - It reminds them that they are not alone. She knows that she has to wait for her mother's approval to eat any food that is served at school, to keep her safe from getting a food allergy. While she is wrapped up in a dilemma about whether she can eat Julia's cake, her friend Troy is very supportive of her. This beautifully illustrated, with food allergies, full color book tells an all too familiar story that kids like Michelle, face daily in school and at social gatherings.

Michelle takes the right steps before she gets her mother's go ahead to enjoy Julia's birthday cake! With a foreword from one of the nation's foremost experts in adult and pediatric allergy, Dr. Shrink-wrapped. Used book in Good Condition. Michelle sees julia's beautiful birthday cake and wonders if she can eat it.

Can I Have Some Cake Too? a Story about Food Allergies and Friendship - Kari nadeau, parents, as well as providing questions for discussion and additional resources, Can I Have Some Cake Too? is a valuable resource to spread awareness and hope about food allergies among children, school faculty and care givers. She hopes that it does not have peanuts or tree nuts as she is allergic to them.





No Peanuts for Pete

Archway Publishing - Pete’s favorite holiday, halloween, is coming soon! what will he dress up as this year—a superhero, a vampire, or maybe a firefighter? So many choices! And what’s more, he’s going to a Halloween party at Libby’s house. But as soon as he gets to the party and sees the party food, he locks himself in the laundry room! Why? Because Pete is allergic to peanuts, and all of the party snacks have peanuts in them! Can Libby’s mom find a way to keep Pete safe and help him enjoy the party? In this children’s book, a boy with a peanut allergy runs into a scary situation at a neighborhood Halloween party.

On the day of the halloween party, pete’s costume is all set, and he makes sure to bring his special epi-shot, just in case he needs it at the party. Shrink-wrapped. Used book in Good Condition. How exciting! but when pete and his mom finally make it to the costume shop, only princess and witch costumes are left.

No Peanuts for Pete - Oh no! luckily, pete’s mom comes to the rescue and makes him the best costume ever.





HumFree the Bee Has a Food Allergy

Mascot Books - A portion of the books proceeds will be dedicated to supporting the food allergy community. Shrink-wrapped. Used book in Good Condition. What is a baby bee to do when he can't touch or eat pollen in flowers that are yellow or blue? find out in this tale about HumFree the bee as he learns how to fly safely with a food allergy! HumFree shows us that if he avoids his food allergens and sticks to flowers that are safe, he can have just as much fun with his friends and still fly super fast! HumFree's story is an empowering tale of awareness and inclusion for children with food allergies so they believe it is possible to do what they love while staying safe.