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Here you will find everything you need to know to get on with your gluten-free life, including: what celiac disease is and how you can manage it; how to choose safe, gluten-free foods and what to avoid; lists of gluten-free foods (and candy!); tips for eating away from home (restaurants, school, friends' homes, the movies); keeping your gluten-free stuff separate from glut Here you will find everything you need to know to get on with your gluten-free life, including: what celiac disease is and how you can manage it; how to choose safe, gluten-free foods and what to avoid; lists of gluten-free foods (and candy!); tips for eating away from home (restaurants, school, friends' homes, the movies); keeping your gluten-free stuff separate from gluteny stuff; and favourite GF recipes. 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's also a great read for friends, neighbours, classmates, and teachers who want to be supportive and help your son or daughter be a GF kid.


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Here you will find everything you need to know to get on with your gluten-free life, including: what celiac disease is and how you can manage it; how to choose safe, gluten-free foods and what to avoid; lists of gluten-free foods (and candy!); tips for eating away from home (restaurants, school, friends' homes, the movies); keeping your gluten-free stuff separate from glut Here you will find everything you need to know to get on with your gluten-free life, including: what celiac disease is and how you can manage it; how to choose safe, gluten-free foods and what to avoid; lists of gluten-free foods (and candy!); tips for eating away from home (restaurants, school, friends' homes, the movies); keeping your gluten-free stuff separate from gluteny stuff; and favourite GF recipes. 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's also a great read for friends, neighbours, classmates, and teachers who want to be supportive and help your son or daughter be a GF kid.

30 review for The Gf Kid: A Celiac Disease Survival Guide

  1. 5 out of 5

    Teresa

    This book is great! It is written in a comic book style in the voice of a young girl who has Celiac Disease. It provides a ton of information without overwhelming the reader and provides a very understandable picture of what Celiac Disease is and what it is not. My son often "loans" it to his friends who want to know more about his Celiac Disease and they all love it because it's a quick, easy read, has great pictures, and covers all the basics. I'd highly recommend this book, particularly to th This book is great! It is written in a comic book style in the voice of a young girl who has Celiac Disease. It provides a ton of information without overwhelming the reader and provides a very understandable picture of what Celiac Disease is and what it is not. My son often "loans" it to his friends who want to know more about his Celiac Disease and they all love it because it's a quick, easy read, has great pictures, and covers all the basics. I'd highly recommend this book, particularly to the grade school set, and to anyone who knows a Celiac child. You won't necessarily become an expert, but you'll definately have a good idea of what life with Celiac is like.

  2. 4 out of 5

    N

    Wow, I learned some intricacies of living with Celiac. You should wash you hands after playing with Playdoh because it has gluten in it. And you should have a separate toaster so your crumbs don’t come in contact.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    Good for E when she is a bit older

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    Jason Fox

    ok

  5. 5 out of 5

    Marianne

    This is a great book for older kids, kids that can read. It is sort of like a comic book that explains all about Celiac and what it means to be Gluten free. Great for schools and teachers I think.

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