During Celiac Awareness Month (May), CeliacCorner is Giving Away 5 Children’s Books signed by Author

We are pleased to announce that due to the generosity of our current Featured Guest Author Stasie John, we will proudly be offering five (5) lucky CeliacCorner winners one FREE signed copy of Stasie’s wonderful children’s book The Gluten Glitch (Beaver’s Pond Press, $16.95).  The book, beautifully illustrated by Kevin Cannon, is great for the younger child who is struggling with eating differently from everyone else. The book’s message of seeing the bright side of living with a gluten allergy/intolerance comes shining through!

Please follow these simple Giveaway Rules to be entered to win:

1. Tell us below the name of your special celiac or gluten-sensitive child(ren) that you would love to read this book to/with! (be sure to enter CAPTCHA Code first, then hit Submit .. comment awaits moderation)

2. Consider liking CeliacCorner’s Facebook page and visit Stasie John’s  Blog I Eat Different

3. Please Share this Giveaway with anyone you know who has a child with a gluten allergy/intolerance

You may enter Giveaway from May 1st through May 31st (5:00 pm EST) 

5 winners will be announced at the end of  May.

(Open to US & Canadian Residents only)

Learn More about The Gluten Glitch – click on image

 NOW CLOSED – Thanks for Entering! 

Stasie John, Author

Read Stasie’s article: The Emotional Side of Eating Differently

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On April 29th, 2013, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by
7 Responses to During Celiac Awareness Month (May), CeliacCorner is Giving Away 5 Children’s Books signed by Author
  1. brandy oconnor
    May 26, 2013 at 1:16 pm

    I would love to be able to read more books to my daughter about being gluten free. She has had a rough time with school and being treated differently before and after being diagnosed. The school assumed it was a mental health issue (and she was disciplined repeatidly for being whiney about feeling sick and she missed the last 6 weeks of school). We have been gluten free for 2 and a half weeks and she feels much better. She is being a Trooper about it.

  2. Adrienne Kell
    May 15, 2013 at 11:10 pm


    I would love to send this book to school with my daughter who has celiac. Since we were diagnosed in 2012 we read a book about being gluten free to her class so they understand. This would be a great addition and change to our reading.

  3. My littlest guy is gluten free and I’d love to read these with him.

  4. I would love to read this to my son Jimjy

  5. I have 2 children with celiac and one with a gluten sensitivity. I would enjoy reading this to my littliest guy , thanks. I hope I win!!!!

  6. My daughter Jessica is in 2nd grade and she has a gluten sensitivity. I would enjoy reading the gluten glitch to her. Thank you.

  7. I would loves these books for my daughter Jane.

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