Tumptins Sneeze is the story of a little elephant and the determined girl, Kiya, who befriends him. Tumptin provides good luck to the village by keeping their crops healthy from the abundant moisture of his sneezes. But Kiya wants to find out what is causing Tumptin to get sick, bringing on such enormous sneezes. Will she be able to convince the others to help Tumptin even when it means the village might lose their crops?
A whimsical tale of eight friends with food allergies. Food allergies are never fun, but best friends always are! This light-hearted story explores the daily routines of eight best buggy friends such as Beetle, Cricket and Butterfly, as they face their respective food allergies with positivity and poise.
At home and at school, at the park, or on the beach, BugaBees find ways to stay safe, have fun, and remember that the joy of friendship is far sweeter than any food they can, or in some cases, can't have.
Regina and her mom are busy preparing for her birthday party. It’s going to be a princess party with the perfect cake that looks like a castle and has ice cream cone towers. Regina is inviting all the girls in her class, including her best friend, Paula.
Paula is excited, too, until she finds out about the cake. It will have nutty fudge brownies and peanut butter candies. Paula can’t eat that cake—she can’t go anywhere near that cake—because she has a peanut allergy.
In nearly every classroom across America there are children with food allergies. This award winning children's book by Dr. Jessica St. Louis introduces the concept of food allergies in a fun and educational way. It follows the adventures of Max, a young school-age monkey, as he lives life, makes friends, and eats mangos instead of bananas due to his allergy. Intended for pre-school and young elementary school readers, this book will open children’s eyes to the reality of food allergies that their friends and classmates may have.
The book is about a young raccoon, Ruben, and his challenges living with food allergies. Ruben eventually realizes that his “challenges” are nothing to worry about after all. Children and adults will fall in love with the cute illustrations of Ruben and his adorable woodland friends as he goes through his day looking for a treat to eat. The text is written with an easy-to-read, poetic rhythm that captures a reader's attention while teaching an important lesson
Allergy Fun aims to educate young children about their allergies and why they have to avoid certain foods, but also encourages the reader to focus on friends, family, and fun in order to live a full life. The readers meet a young boy who has multiple food allergies. By learning more about him, the reader is able to realise they are not alone and that allergies are a part of their life, but do not define them.