Kimberly Shaw’s new book “Gluten Free is Not Fun for Me" is a book for children to explain celiac disease and how to live a healthy life with the disease.

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Recent release from Page Publishing author, Kimberly Shaw, “Gluten Free is Not Fun for Me" is a story for children of all age groups, parents, teachers, childcare workers, and anyone who is looking for a way to explain celiac disease and why a gluten-free diet is so important.

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Kimberly Shaw, who has celiac disease along with her daughter, has completed her new book “Gluten Free is Not Fun for Me": a relatable, informative work that delves into what celiac disease is and how to live with the condition.

According to Shaw, “Writing and teaching have always been a passion (of mine), and when (me) and (my) daughter were diagnosed with celiac disease, it changed not only (our) lives but everyone’s who was a part of (our) lives. When (we) were both diagnosed, the only information (we) had was a diagnosis, a “what not to eat” list (that was not informal at all); and on a whim, after googling two words “celiac disease,” a website (Celiac.org) came up, and finally, (I) found hope. Now after seven years, a long road of health and medical conditions, learning, teaching, advocating, but mostly because of the inspiration from (my) daughter Daysha—whom this book is written about—(my) husband, Phil, sister Page, and friends, (I am) able to finally make (my) dreams come true and hopefully continue to spread awareness for those who have celiac disease or know someone with celiac.”

Published by Page Publishing, Kimberly Shaw’s beautifully illustrated work highlights that when a child is on a gluten-free diet because of celiac, it is not always easy to explain why living and eating gluten-free is the safest and only way to be.

This story explains in fun terms why awareness is so important, what gluten is, what gluten does to the body, and ways to make children with dietary restrictions still feel like they fit in. This book can be read at the start of a new year, at parties, sleepovers, or wherever the child goes, the book can go.

Readers who wish to experience this informative work can purchase “Gluten Free is Not Fun for Me” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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