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by Michael Pistiner MD MMSc,Heather Mehra,Kerry McManama,Michael Kline




Dr. Michael Pistiner and The No Biggie Bunch make food allergy education enjoyable and engaging in this book. Kids and caregivers will find answers to their food allergy safety and management questions, and solutions to their everyday challenges. This unique educational platform helps caregivers foster confidence and encourage best practices, while letting kids be kids! Engage. Educate. Empower. The No Biggie Bunch is a book series for Kids Creatively Coping with Food Allergies. Their stories are meant to act as springboards for conversation among children, parents, teachers, friends and family members.
Download The No Biggie Bunch Everyday Cool with Food Allergies epub
ISBN: 0982215045
ISBN13: 978-0982215043
Category: Fitness
Subcategory: Nutrition
Author: Michael Pistiner MD MMSc,Heather Mehra,Kerry McManama,Michael Kline
Language: English
Publisher: Parent Perks, Inc. (January 1, 2010)
Pages: 24 pages
ePUB size: 1910 kb
FB2 size: 1388 kb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 815
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Cia
Okay, so we are a little nervous about our 5 year old going to kindergarden. She is anaphylactic to all dairy. Thanks to the WWW we learned over 50% of deaths happen at school. We bought this to educate the school, teacher and principal as well as the kids in her class. This book is written superbly. Kids love having it read to them and there is a great deal of adult information. There is a sequel that we also purchased. The Bugybops written by Amy Recob that is our all time favorite. Our review of the Bugybops follows:

The Bugybops has been a huge success. We briefed out kids teacher on her allergy and left this in her class room suggesting that she read it to the class so the other 5 year olds would understand the importance of an anaphylactic reaction. There is a peanut kid and our milk kid in the class. As far as the kids go it has been requested to be read again and again in class. It is absolutely wonderful that a educational book is entertaining enough to be requested. It is superbly written by a mother who understands what it is like to raise a child that the smallest ingestion of the wrong thing can lead to a life threatening condition. The fact that the other 25 kids in the class are learning the dangers of food allergies without really realizing they are learning is wonderful. The more aware other people around our child who are aware of the dairy allergy the safer our child is. There is always the feeling of being different then other kids, that we've worked hard to overcome and this book plays right into that narrative. The Bugybops and The Bugabees are great.
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Kale
Too much illustrations on one page, great for first graders but not for preschoolers.
Light out of Fildon
I was happy to find a cute book to go along with "The No Biggie Bunch Trade-or-Treat Halloween" book that we got for our son - I just didn't feel there was any information in here that I haven't already seen on any food allergy site. Didn't see much value in paying for a little book like this.
Flamehammer
We are new to food allergies. Thankful for this type of book. Will really help in many situations. Love the idea of saying and thinking "No Biggie" Will be checking out the other books - Halloween, birthdays etc...
Kazracage
This book is a great resource for anyone wanting to teach others about food allergies in school. It is well written and the activities are well thought.
Styphe
A great book for the newly diagnosed! So well stated and covers the top 8 allergens. This is one of our top 3 allergy books.
Dawncrusher
We bought this for our son tom prepare him for back to school and his food allergies. I also loaned it to his teacher, so she could take a look at it.
Very kid friendly. A great tool to open up discussion of coping strategies for kids with food allergies. Empowers children with food allergies to be safe and to be able to create dialogue with the adults and even children around them.