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After Gideon’s whole class gets special cupcakes shaped like farm animals while he has to eat one of his “safe” glutenfree cupcakes, Gideon feels fed-up with eating only gluten-free. Even with all of the delicious gluten-free choices, eating differently is hard, and sometimes Gideon just wants the treats the other kids get to have. Will Gideon find a way to overcome his gluten glitch?
About the Author
Stasie John is the author of The Gluten Glitch and founder of her company, I Eat Different! After experiencing firsthand the headaches and heartaches of severe food allergies and sensitivities with her two young sons, Stasie decided to write children’s books to raise awareness and remind children that safe eating can be fun, too. A portion each sale will be donated to the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN) to help raise funding for research and prevention.
About the Illustrator
Kevin Cannon (illustrator) is a native Minnesotan who spent his childhood either strapped to a drawing table or strapped to a pair of nordic skis. He now runs the successful Minneapolis cartooning studio Big Time Attic, where he has illustrated several nonfiction graphic novels.
What's Being Said
“Gluten Glitch is a lovely book, elegantly written for young children, and beautifully illustrated.”
—Dr. Scot Lewey, gastroenterologist, “The Food Doc”
“Always being left out because you can’t eat the same foods that your friends do is a real bummer. The Gluten Glitch is a very thoughtful story that does a wonderful job of tackling these emotions head-on.”
—Linda Coss, author of How to Manage Your Child’s Life-Threatening Food Allergies
“Kuddos to Stasie John for creating a fun and whimsical book with a very important message! With or without food sensitivities, kids of all ages can benefit from learning how to see the bright side of a situation, just as Gideon does in The Gluten Glitch. A wonderful story for young readers wanting to learn more about gluten-free living!”
—Amy Recob, creator and author of The BugaBees: Friends with Food Allergies