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Our mission is to help parents and teachers to educate all young kids on the importance of food allergies and to increase their sensitivity and compassion towards those who face this critical illness daily.
I wrote "Penny and the Peanut" as a medical guide to help all kids and parents with and without food allergies to understand this life-threatening condition. The book illustrates to children what to do in the event of an emergency in the absence of an adult to help save lives.
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What Will You Get From This Book?
The book “Penny and the Peanut” is fun and inclusive with dynamic and colorful illustrations. Do not take our word for it, below Dr. Sara Anvari, an Allergy & Immunology Specialist from The Texas Children's Hospital highlights the valuable messages she expressed after reading "Penny and the Peanut."
It is a useful tool because of its: Educational content
Diverse audience appeal Pertinent message to children and parents who are concerned about peanut allergies
Adapting New Ideas
Teaches children the importance of recognizing allergic reactions
Helps identify symptoms of peanut allergies
Practical instructional tool and a pleasing narrative
Supports sensitivity to children and families defeating the challenges of allergies
Offers a clear educational opportunity for children to learn key life-saving strategies
Can utilize these strategies in the event of a medical emergency
Penny and the Peanut
A Story About Food Allergies
In the book “Penny and the Peanut,” Penny and Madison are two best friends that always have fun together after school. Unexpectedly, Penny has an allergic reaction after eating Peanut Butter cookies with her friend Madison. Through this experience, Penny learns the importance of recognizing the signs of a severe allergic reaction to help save her friend!
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Publishing my first book was such a fun process, but it was definitely costly. Overall, I have spent $2,500 for printing and about $200 to create the website. It would be a tremendous help if you could click on the link below to help me break even and to also help fund my professional golf career.
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