Best Gluten-Free Children’s Books of 2015

Best Gluten-Free Children’s Books of 2015

Best Gluten-Free Children's Books of 2015

Our son was diagnosed with Celiac Disease when he was four. When we got the diagnosis, we had no clue what Celiac Disease was. We purchased a stack of books on the subject to get a better understanding of the disease and food restrictions. Our son also needed to learn but the books we had were way too technical for a 4 year old. The best gluten-free children’s books below can do just that. Not only do they have the ability to teach your son or daughter about Celiac Disease and gluten-free, they could be read to a classroom of students to help kids understand.

If you have young one who is having difficulties with the new diet, may I suggest a local support group like Raising Our Celiac Kids (ROCK) or even a celiac summer camp. Feel free to list any support groups or summer camps in the comment section below.

5th Annual Gluten-Free Awards:

1st Place: Eat Like a Dinosaur: Recipe & Guidebook for Gluten-free Kids by Paleo Parents and Elana Amsterdam

1st Place Winning Gluten-Free Children's Book

2nd Place: A Gluten-Free Birthday for Me! by Sue Fliess and Jennifer Morris

Second Place Winning Gluten-Free Children's Book

3rd Place: Adam’s Gluten Free Surprise: Helping Others Understand Gluten Free by Debbie Simpson

Third Place Winning Gluten-Free Children's Book

Other nominees:

Gluten-Free Recipes for Kids by Editors of Favorite Brand Name Recipes

Gordy and the Magic Diet by by Kim Diersen (Author), April Runge (Author), Carrie Hartman (Illustrator)

The Gluten Glitch by Stasie John and Kevin Cannon

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