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Mommy, What Is Celiac Disease?: A look at the sunny side of being a gluten-free kid

When it comes to Celiac disease, questions abound... What is Celiac disease? . . . . What is gluten? . . . Which foods are gluten-free?. . . Is it contagious? . . . Do I need to take medicine for it? Katie Chalmers, author of the unique, new children's book, titled, Mommy, What is Celiac Disease? creatively answers these and many more questions, using positive dialogue and captivating illustrations. This book is endorsed by the top experts in the fields of Celiac dive dialogue and captivating illustrations. This book is endorsed by the top experts in the fields of Celiac disease research and awareness, including Dr. Fasano, Dr. Green, Dr. Guandalini, Alice Bast, Elaine Monarch and more. This book leaves readers feeling reassured, confident...and even lucky to have been diagnosed with Celiac disease, because they are now on the path to better health. What makes this book unique? (1) Mommy, What is Celiac Disease? focuses on everything a child can continue to enjoy in his or her life, rather than list all the things they can no longer have, or talk about embarrassing symptoms. (2) It uses creative, easy-to-understand analogies about nature and playground equipment to explain Celiac, and has an easy-to-follow, positive dialogue between parent & child. (3) It not only helps children understand Celiac, it helps all of the people in the lives of a Celiac to understand it more clearly and to see the sunny side of gluten-free. (4) It directs people to tried and tested gluten-free foods saving them time, money and waste in the process, which is an important issue with so many products to choose from. (5) Its original style: a combination of colorful illustrations and photography. This book leaves children feeling empowered and optimistic about their healthy future. Start your child's gluten-free journey on a positive note, and keep it positive...for life! To read endorsements and many more book reviews, please locate the book's website by searching for it online. read more