10 books for children on food allergies found in Singapore National Library

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Last updated on October 16th, 2019 at 02:11 pm

We had a lovely turn out for our allergy books reading session at the Singapore Central Public Library this past 12th of October 2019. We intend to make this a regular event once or twice a year so follow me on Facebook and Instagram or join our support group (details below) for updates on when the which library the next session will be held!

Our partner librarians curated a wonderful display of allergy books which were instantly snapped up! For those who were unable to swing by, here’s a list of food allergy book titles carried in our National Library Catalog. Click on the title links to view where they are available for borrowing.

Here’s a list of 10 books for children on food allergy found in our Singapore National LIbrary

  1. Daniel has an allergy
  2. Nutley the nut-free Squirrel
  3. Eppie the Elephant (who was allergic to peanuts)
  4. The peanut pickle
  5. The Bugybops: friends for all time
  6. Dixie wants an allergy (ebook only)
  7. I’m Allergic to eggs (non-fiction)
  8. I’m allergic to shellfish (non-fiction)
  9. I’m allergic to milk (non-fiction)
  10. I’m allergic to wheat (non-fiction)

Search for each title in the Singapore National Library catalogue via their website. Search results will pop up electronic versions (if available) or physical copies. Then click on ‘availbility’ to check which branch carries the title.

Happy borrowing!

If you have any allergy books to recommend which are not yet found in our libraries, drop me an email or make a recommendation to the National library directly.

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Want more information or just say hi, send me a shoutout at amanda@projectsimplicity.sg

Want to join our allergic kiddos parent support group? https://www.facebook.com/groups/speakallergysquad/about/

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