Dealing With Food Allergies – Two Books Giveaway

I recently attended a conference and received the books pictured below in my swag bag.   I want to pass them on to one of you who could really use them.

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The one pictured on the left is Everyday Cool with Food Allergies by Michael Pistiner, MD.  This book with colorful pictures is one to read with your food allergic child to teach them things like how to say “no thank you” to foods,  how to not share food, epi-pens etc.  This is a companion book to the No Biggie Bunch book series.  I haven’t read it, but it looks great.

The book pictured on the right is by the same author, and four others entitled Living Confidently with Food Allergy-A Guide for Parents and Families.   This book is a must have for any parent of a severely allergic child.  It discusses signs, symptoms, anaphylaxis, epinephrine, managing food allergies and much, much more.  I have not read it, but glanced over it.  As a parent, I would definitely want this book if my child had a life threatening food allergy.

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6 Responses to Dealing With Food Allergies – Two Books Giveaway

  1. Jessie says:

    Sounds like an encouraging conference to me! Both of these books look wonderful especially the children’s book!

  2. Lisa says:

    My child has multiple severe food allergies plus asthma. I am trying to make things safer for her at school and these would be great resources. Thanks for this opportunity!

  3. Kendra says:

    Really Cute. I’m not on face book, and my iPad doesn’t play well with raffle copter, it won’t let me log on. However, adorable find!

  4. Donna says:

    I want the books for myself. I have multple (such as > 10) food allergies and I have a hard time dealing with them.

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