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Children's Book About Autoimmune Diseases

Get a personalized signed copy of I'm The Biggest Helper With Momma's Autoimmune disease that teaches young children (and adults!) about autoimmune diseases and invisible illnesses.

Autoimmune Awareness
Education resource for autoimmune diseases
Creates compassion among children
Rhyming children's book
I'm The Biggest Helper Autoimmune Disease Children's Book
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Leslie P. Laing
Sjogren's Society of Canada

Through the eyes of a child, and in his role as the biggest helper, young Phoenix explains some of the mysteries of the relatively invisible Sjögren's disease.


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Leanne Mielczarek
Executive Director,
Lupus Canada

Autoimmune diseases like lupus are not easily understood and can be scary for young children. Through this form of storytelling, Heather has educated the reader as to the impact lupus may have on a family through a fun, understandable and relatable way.

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Mary McNiel
Vice President,
Sjogren's Society of Canada

It's not easy to educate young school aged children about invisible autoimmune diseases. This book manages to do all that in a fun, understandable and uplifting story with rhymes and color illustrations.

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