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The Complete Kid's Allergy and Asthma Guide: The Parent's Handbook for Children of All Ages (Paperback)
by Milton Gold
Developed in collaboration with The Hospital for Sick Children, this book provides information on common allergies problems, prevention and treatment. Also includes day to day coping strategies for your family.
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Allie the Allergic Elephant: A Children's Story of Peanut Allergies
by Nicole Smith
Popular children's book about peanut allergies, starring Allie the Elephant.
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How to Manage Your Child's Life-Threatening Food Allergies: Practical Tips for Everyday Life
by Linda Marienhoff Coss
Developed in collaboration with The Hospital for Sick Children, this book provides information on common allergies problems, prevention and treatment. Also includes day to day coping strategies for your family.
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Food Allergy Survival Guide: Surviving and Thriving With Food Allergies and Sensitivities
by Vesanto Melina, Dina Aronson, Jo Stepaniak

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The Complete Food Allergy Cookbook : The Foods You've Always Loved Without the Ingredients You Can't Have!
by Marilyn Gioannini

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The Parent's Guide to Food Allergies : Clear and Complete Advice from the Experts on Raising Your Food-Allergic Child
by Marianne S. Barber
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The Harvard Medical School Guide To Taking Control Of Asthma
by Christopher H. Fanta, Lynda M. Cristiano, Kenan Haver
"An overview of asthma causes and treatment from the Harvard Medical School." (Allison Martin)
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Brianna Breathes Easy: A Story About Asthma
by Virginia L. Kroll
Brianna, a cheerful young African American girl, is the star in the school play, until her undiagnosed asthma lands her in the hospital. With proper care, she is back and ready to star.
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The Lion Who Had Asthma
by Jonathan London
Sean enjoys pretending to be a lion, a hippo and a giant, until he starts to wheeze. He pretends to be a pilot, while he gets his nebulizer treatment for asthma. Soon he is feeling great and ready to be a lion again. A cute book for young kids encouraging them to sit still for their treatments.
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