A Kids Book About Food Allergies


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For Ages 5+

Food allergies are important to know about, so every kid can feel safe and like they belong.

Do you know someone with a food allergy? Maybe it’s you! Food allergies are pretty common, and it’s important to know what they are, what symptoms can look like, and how you can be more aware. People with allergies experience different levels of sensitivity, and it’s important to take them seriously. It’s super cool when every kid feels safe and included!

Ina K. Chung, M.Ed (she/her), is a Korean American mom of 2 and an educator. She was born and raised in Maryland and is now loving life in beautiful Colorado with her husband and 2 children. She loves helping families with food allergies learn about the beauty and diversity of Asian food.

Hardback Size: 8in. x 10in.
ISBN: 979-8-89281-006-7
Printed in the USA

66 pages

Copyright 2023
Designed in Portland, Oregon

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Based on 1 review
Iris W.
A keeper!

I have a child (1 of 2) with food allergies and wanted to have a book on hand when we have this conversation over the years - to revisit as a family (+ share with friends)! This will be my go-to book to gift friends with a loved one with food allergies and/or want to learn more about the topic. I really liked that Ina wrote it from her perspective, in a conversational and kid-accessible tone, while still honoring the fact that her daughter is the one who has this specific lived experience (+ that she’s learned from her). I also appreciated the graphics on this one. I own other titles from A Kids Co and this book has more kid-attractive graphics than some others, if this might be an accessibility factor for you/yours. It’s also a quick read and not too wordy on each page. Happy to have this one in my library. 🥳 As a former public educator, if/when I head back to work in that setting, I’ll want to bring this into my classroom too.