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I haven't seen this book but it looks cute from the website: [url="http://www.badfrogart.com/smgbooks/TheKandyWitch.html"]http://www.badfrogart.com/smgbooks/TheKandyWitch.html[/url] [i]A wonderful...
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My neighbor(and friend), a mother of an allergy child has created a wonderful cook book!!! It addresses the top 8 allergens and uses *everyday* ingredients, so no driving all over town to specialty...
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I just found this book. DD (5) loves it. [url="http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0807563862/qid=1149610780/sr=2-1/ref=pd_bbs_b_2_1/102-9188363-8097750?s=books&v=glance&n=283155"]http://www....
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This is a standard medical reference book. I used to use it at times in my library work in the past. It defines the basic medical conditions, their diagnosis and their standard treatment. I was...
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[url="http://www.prweb.com/releases/2006/10/prweb450894.htm"]http://www.prweb.com/releases/2006/10/prweb450894.htm[/url] Nicole Smith, author of two other children's books on food allergies, has...
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Just got this great kid's book about the Halloween Fairy, that trades a toy for candy. I couldn't find the original post about it, but I would definitely recommend it. Here is the amazon.com entry...
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FYI: Dr. Michael Young's second edition of "The Peanut Allergy Answer Book" is now available. I just got it in the mail; ordered it from Amazon.com. I loved his first one.
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Just thought I'd forward this new PA book for kids. We just ordered it--got a nice email from the author too. [url="http://www.access4allergickids.com/Peter_Cant_Eat_Peanuts.html"]http://www....
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This is the absolute, most straight forward book that I have found. It is all question and in depth answers. I would suggest this book to ANYONE who needs firm answers on PA.
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Anybody familiar with this old book? My SIL's mother was talking about food allergies with me yesterday. She is allergic to shellfish and has many other mild food allergies and some severe non-food...
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The following book has been helpful to me in knowing the right questions to ask for my food allergy daughter. I have more confidence in eating out and have learned to ask about "hidden" allergens...
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I am on the PTA Board next year and I will be pushing for a food allergy awareness week (my only real reason for being VP) Anyone know of any good videos and books that I can present to the board to...
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[url="http://www.prweb.com/releases/2006/1/prweb332247.htm"]http://www.prweb.com/releases/2006/1/prweb332247.htm[/url] Empowered Toddler Series Can Save More than 3,000,000 Lives of Children Across...
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Has anyone read this book? I wonder if it's any good.
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There seem to be a few books out there about being PA. Which books do you like? My PA child is almost 2 years old. ------------------ Mookie---Mom to Devin (PA, 1/2/04) and Brendan (no food...
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I'm looking for a book for my 6-year-old son about his brother having PA. There are things he's had to sacrifice because of his brother's PA. He's a good sport about it and is very concerned about...
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Does anyone know how I can get this book? Or do you have it? GailW? TIA Love This site Synthia
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I ordered Alexander Goes To A Birthday Party (or something close to that title). It's a well-done book. It talks about going to a birthday party, bringing your medicine bag, and only eating the...
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Has anybody used this book? [url="http://www.allergyfreecookbook.com/"]http://www.allergyfreecookbook.com/[/url] ------------------ Jana [url="http://www.seattlefoodallergy.org"]www....
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Hello, I posted under the Media board that in the April issue of Parents Magazine they mention a book called The Parent's Guide to Food Allergies, by Marianne Barber. Any info. on this book? It is...

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