I still think Allie is good for the toddlers and No Nuts for Me is for the children who are capable of understanding more. Back in 1999, when my son, Morgan, was preparing to attend preschool, I began the search for an age-appropriate book for him to share with his classmates about his peanut allergies. I know you think it minimizes the severity, but I think that list of symptoms is all the little ones can handle - they can't comprehend suffocating or death yet. Educating those around your child about peanut allergies and what an allergic reaction entails is the first step. My 20-month old loves it. Anyone else not like it for the same reasons? It is a much-needed teaching tool in the educational setting.
I do think Allie is appropriate. We had felt very isolated trying the manage food allergies. The dust jacket is missing. It is a must-have for your peanut allergic child, friends, teachers and siblings. On Feb 26, 2002 I like both Allie and No Nuts.
The kids loved the book, as did the teacher. To order please click on one the icons below. She became interested in writing a children s book on peanut allergies after discovering her son, Morgan, has life threatening peanut allergies. I know this book is probably more geared for school age children. Nicole was raised on several military bases, but has called Colorado Springs home for many years. And I did like the part that discussed how peanuts can be hidden in foods, that was very good.
You can contact us at 719 633-2913 or write us at 2500 N. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. She graduated from George Washington University in Washington, D. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. Jerry's daycare which isn't peanut-free reads their copy to the children on a regular basis to help the kids understand Jerry's allergy and how severe it can be.
Educating those around your child about peanut allergies and what an allergic reaction entails is the first step. And that makes Allie very special! Thanks Nicole for writing it - as a reading specialist and an avid reader myself, I often use books to connect ideas for my children. The spine may show signs of wear. On May 3, 2002 Well, I spoke with Ron Zevy at No Nuts For Me and they do not have a video. But, since it was written for kids, I guess maybe the authors did not want it to be too disturbing???? The book is geared toward preschool age through first grade.
When we come to the part about Alli's bracelet, my son points to his bracelet. The spine may show signs of wear. They are different types of allergies with very different reactions and I was worried this book would only further misunderstanding. We have over 30,000 books listed for sale online. Unfortunately this is not that book. Also being 2, my son is too young to go to school and have classmates but when he does, I hope the other 3 year olds aren't so malicious as to want to see my son get sick.
Allie is having hives from the peanuts! Members of these associations are committed to maintaining the highest standards. It is a must-have for your peanut allergic child, friends, teachers and siblings. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Put that way, it would not be unreasonable for a curio There's a big need for books that help young children understand food allergies, both their own and those of their classmates. Our daughter has food allergies, and we'd rather that no classmate of hers is ever read this book. Do you have one in the works? Yes, severe food allergies make a child's life more difficult and more dangerous. It opened up our world to help others.
It is a much-needed teaching tool in the educational setting. Pay with Check: To order from Amazon. I began getting calls from people wanting to purchase the book. If you're interested in purchasing this book, my husband and I have self published it under our business: Jungle Communications, Inc. This book has beautiful drawings and simple text. Many school districts have purchased this book as an aid to the classroom teachers to teach about peanut allergies.
Books in the rare book room cover a wide range of subjects with a focus on science fiction, fantasy and horror, literature and poetry, metaphysics, and children's books. Noah is old enough self administer his epi pen? It's the perfect book to start educating such small children with. It looks a little different than now! Do you want to see Allie get hives? Imagine an elephant with hives! We would rather that our daughter built her identity on her truly special attributes rather than her limitations, so we won't be reading this book to her either. Synopsis: Allie the Allergic Elephant helps children learn about food allergies and how to be a good friend when you can't share snacks. My daughter is 5 years older than Morgan, and was in 3rd grade when Morgan started preschool. So I guess the books is definitly having an impacted on the kids - and who knows these kids may grow up with a better understanding of how severe some allergies are.
I took out my Allie book and took another look at it and I can't figure out how anyone would think the drawings are scary, especially since they're drawn by a little girl, but to each his own. Allie makes it sound like all you get are swollen lips and hives from peanuts. . Anyway, thank you for replying! We decided to start AllergicChild. And reading a book about managing peanut allergies is even better! So, my husband and I funded the publishing and printing of the book.