It’s essential for individuals with celiac disease to maintain a gluten-free lifestyle to prevent symptoms and complications associated with the condition.
Celiac disease is a condition that affects many people around the world, and it can be particularly difficult for children to understand and cope with.
Fortunately, there are many books available that can help children with celiac disease. These books can provide valuable support for children as they navigate the challenges that come with living with celiac disease.
Kristen became quite frustrated while navigating the world of gluten free living. She decided it was time for celiac disease to know just how she felt! As you join her on this roller coaster of emotions, remember, you are not alone, Kristen is right there with you
If you're the parent of a preteen or young teen with celiac disease -whether your child is newly diagnosed or has been living with celiac disease for a while - you' ll want to have this friendly and empowering book for your child.
It is also a great read for friends, neighbors, classmates, and teachers who want to be supportive and help your son or daughter be a GF kid.
Filled with pluck and humor, this informative story provides a great opportunity to discuss this increasingly common condition with children who have celiac disease and gluten-intolerance as well as those who know people who have it and are seeking to learn more about it.
Violet used to love birthday parties, but now that she has celiac disease, she’s not allowed to eat pizza, cake, or anything else with gluten. Violet feels alone until she discovers that some animals have dietary restrictions as well.
While standing up for her animal friends, she realizes she can do the same for herself. And when it’s time to celebrate Violet’s birthday, there isn’t a single gluten-containing crumb in sight!
Written by the mother of a child with celiac disease, who also has the disease herself, this book offers a reassuring look at celiac disease in language that a child can easily understand. This fictional story is based on the real-life experiences many newly diagnosed children face.
With its light-hearted, colorful illustrations, the book helps children to see that having celiac disease is not so scary after all. Emily acknowledges that having celiac disease is sometimes tough, but talking about her feelings with her mom always makes her feel better. She knows that celiac disease is only part of who she is -- she also likes to jump rope, paint, tell jokes, and pick flowers!
After Gideon's whole class gets special cupcakes shaped like farm animals while he has to eat one of his ''safe'' gluten free cupcakes, Gideon feels fed-up with eating only gluten-free.
Even with all of the delicious gluten-free choices, eating differently is hard, and sometimes Gideon just wants the treats the other kids get to have. Will Gideon find a way to overcome his gluten glitch?