I recently bought this book for my 33 month old daughter, who has CD, and she loves it.
It is very well received and goes a long way to educate on a child's level and to make others aware of the difficulties a child with Celiac faces in everyday life.
Emily learns to carry gluten-free snacks to enjoy when her fellow schoolmates are served a treat, and how to be a "gluten detective" at restaurants.
I was looking for a book to read to/with children under five years old. This book has colourful pictures, not too much text, and really clear messages about being safe with food,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Diane Marshall
This book was a big help for my Emily.!! She loved it! The dog even matches our dog. Thank you.Published 3 months ago by Teresa M Heffernan
My daughter likes this book. She has read it a few times. I think it helps her realize that she is not alone.Published 12 months ago by Crystal Harrison
My 2 year old granddaughter got this book after being diagnosed with Celiac. Loved it so much we bought a copy for her to donate to the Children's Library in our town so other kids... Read morePublished 15 months ago by GrammyB
This book is great my 7yr old takes it with her alot...I sent to school and her teacher is doing a lesson on it... Read morePublished 20 months ago by mgd
Any child that has celiac needs this book! My daughter is 6 and wants to read it everyday. It explains celiac in kids terms. Highly recommend.Published 21 months ago by Momof7
I checked out this book and "The GF Kid: A Celiac Disease Survival Guide" at the library, looking for a book to help reinforce to my daughter what she can/cannot eat now that we... Read morePublished on January 9, 2012 by T. L. McCarty
I bought this book just after learning my 4 year old had Celiac. It helped her understand what was happening and we also sent it to Kindergarten and her teacher shared it with the... Read morePublished on November 15, 2011 by CHummel
My daughter is 3 and likes this book. It is a little over her head but overall I think if I keep up reading it to her once in awhile she can hopefully see that she isnt alone.Published on January 14, 2011 by mommyofaceliac