Pinny the Peanut Learns About Allergies
Food allergies are never fun, but this whimsical journey - following a lively peanut from the farm to your table - will help youngsters understand the importance of allergic reactions as a safety issue. Clever, informative, and filled with delightful illustrations, this entertaining tale is an engaging way to spread awareness among children about living with food allergies.
About the Author:
Rochel Burstyn is a popular author of Jewish children's literature &emdash; and mother to a number of highly allergic children, one of whom is even allergic to the smell of peanut butter.
"Our tradition teaches us 'Kol YIsrael arevim zeh la-zeh--All of Yisrael is responsible one for the other.' I applaud Rochel Burstyn and our friends at Feldheim Publishers for creating this wonderful children's book. I am confident that their efforts will raise awareness of food allergies, thereby helping readers fulfill this fundamental Torah precept."
— Jonathan D. Field, MD, FACAI, Director Pediatric Allergy and Immunology, Beth Israel Medical Center, NY.