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Patty's Secret: A Tale About Living with Food Allergies Paperback – May 17, 2013
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About the Author
Leneille Moon is a mother of a toddler with multiple food allergies who wrote this book to spread the word about Food Allergies in hopes to increase awareness about their effect on children. Her eldest son Braylon was diagnosed with multiple severe food allergies at the tender age of 5 months after a single bite of buttered mashed potatoes that sent him into anaphylactic shock. Her mission is to encourage children with any disability to embrace their condition and be able to share their experiences with their peers encouraging open discussion about food and the way we interact with one another. Visit Pattyssecret.com for more information & to setup a book signing/reading near you!!! Follow Patty on FB Patty's Secret & Twitter @Pattyssecret
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1. Patty's parents seemingly did nothing to prepare her for going to school with a food allergy. At the end of the book, her teacher gives her a food allergy bracelet. They were also clueless that she was worried about going to school.
2. Patty is magically, instantly felt better with the EpiPen and leaves school at the end of the day.... You need to go to the hospital EVERY time you use the EpiPen!! That really irritated me.
That being said, my 5 year old son said he liked the story and it did get us talking. He was able to tell his daddy the two things I didn't like when he got home from work. My son has 13 food allergies and I have a few of my own... We love kids books, especially ones about food allergies. This wasn't our favorite, but we will be keeping it on our bookshelf. It does drive home the message that it's important to speak up for yourself about your food allergies.