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Instead, I found myself finishing the entire book, unable to stop until I found out whether Savannah would be able to overcome her compulsions and what was really going on in that small town. SZ Berg has created a character trapped in a web not of her own making, who is determined to break free and live a normal life once again. Raven rated it it was amazing Feb 12, Irene rated it really liked it Aug 19, Heather rated it it was ok Apr 03, Michelle Sullivan , who not only praises the book but also addresses how celiac disease presents in children.

Sullivan, her husband, and two of their four children all have celiac disease so their whole family lives gluten free. Sullivan is a family physician who obviously knows this topic extremely well. Eat Like A Dinosaur: Mommy, What Is Celiac Disease? Written for children who have been diagnosed with celiac, it focuses on the disease in simple terms as well as all the wonderful real food that those who are gluten free can eat. Along with the text, Katie has created some truly captivating illustrations. Along with the illustrator, Eileen Rothsteen, Elena has created an entertaining tale of a child with celiac who meets someone from a gluten-free planet and has an extraordinary adventure that allows him to learn more about and enjoy living gluten free.

Elena has been gluten free and dairy free since her celiac diagnosis a number of years ago. She stated that kids who have celiac, gluten intolerance, or food allergies, in particular, may enjoy the series because the main character has both celiac and a food allergy. Stacie is giving away this prequel to her William Edwards series in Kindle format today, February 14, only, to all gfe readers who would like a copy. The other books in the series will be available in audio in April.

There are some great reviews on the site. We looked forward to reading it every night. You must state in your comment of today that you would like the free Kindle version to receive it. I will supply email addresses to Stacie so that she can send them out to interested readers.

There are two versions of these chewy and delicious gluten-free Chocolate Bombs--original and cream cheese. The original version is easily made dairy free if you wish, simply by using dairy-free chocolate chips and a dairy-free butter equivalent. The best resource for me and my son with Autism has truly been the internet and blogs like this. GFE is my go to site! I wish the word would get out more.

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Adding you to the list for the William Edwards prequel. HI Michelle—Thanks for entering the giveaway! If you take a closer look at the recipe it is already dairy free, but admittedly I have not made it egg free yet. Chebe has this info on egg substitution on their site. It seems that flattening the balls would be best if using egg substitutes.

If I do try an egg-free version, I will update this post for sure.

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Thanks so much for the kind words! Hoping these will too. As always, thanks for your wonderful recipes! Eat Like a Dinosaur is a great book, which I purchased as soon as it came out. Waiting for William Edwards e-book. Hi Becky—Thanks for entering the giveaway! My granddaughter and I have Celiac.


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These all look like great books. I will be looking for them to share with her. Please put me on the list for the free kindle book about William Edwards. Lori—I updated all the links to take you right to the free Kindle version. Just click on the book title, first sentence, or the photo. That should work for you! Hope you will find it helpful. I think the book Mommy What Is Celiac Disease will be most helpful for her to understand about food at first. Waiting for William Edwards. Thanks so much for the giveaway! Any of these books would be great for my three kids. I have three celiac kids, but my youngest will start preschool next year.

I feel that this would be a great resource for her and I. It would give us an age appropriate story and simple illustrations that would hopefully give her a better understanding of her condition. Thanks for the opportunity! I love hearing about these books. I have difficulty working with our public school. The head cook at the school cafeteria has never heard of children with gluten intolernce.

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My children get sick, but it is not life threatening, so it is not a disability. I send lunches from home every day.


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  6. I have celiac and both my oldest and youngest are gluten intollerent, but cannot be tested for celiac due to the fact they get so sick when eating gluten. The cookies look great. So many wonderful books for kids now! They brought to mind a friend from church who has just recently found out her daughter needs to be GF. I will point her to your blog with the books listed so it will help her out. I have recommended you blog already!! Please put me down for the kindle edition of Winkleberry: Thank you for your blog, it has been such a blessing for me since I found out I am gluten intolerant.

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    Thank you also for the giveaway! These look amazing Shirley! I bet Tony would love them.


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