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Elle has an allergic reaction to wheat. In this colorful children’s book, Living With an Allergiosaurus by Naomi Greaves, you will discover that wheat is in everything. It may be hard to conceive, but wheat is even in things like gum, ice cream, paint, and makeup. Elle’s mother has to always be on the watch so that Elle doesn't have an allergic reaction. When her mother shops at the grocery store, she has to be careful what to buy. When Elle’s mother isn't around, Alex, an Allergiosaurus, comes to the rescue. Alex keeps her safe. Since Elle is so allergic, she must not only be careful about what she eats, but she is unable to share snacks with her friends and must be mindful also about what she touches. Did you know that wheat is even in tangible things like play dough? Naomi Greaves provides some information for both teachers and parents about allergies that can be harmful to the lives of our children.
In our crippling of Mother Nature, the foods that we eat, the air that we breathe, and the water that we drink are not in the purest form, which causes the allergies, diseases and illnesses of the world today. Living With an Allergiosaurus is a great resource for children of all ages, parents, and teachers to become educated on allergies and their effect on everyone. If after eating or touching something that one may be allergic to, that person becomes itchy or lethargic, experiences an upset stomach, or gets a headache - all signs of allergic reactions. To determine if your child is allergic, get them tested. Allergic reactions can occur from basic foods like strawberries, nuts or eggs. To learn more, get a copy of Living With an Allergiosaurus by Naomi Greaves.