It's Not Bad to Be Allergic!
Imagine there is a six-year old little girl who attends an elementary school in Louisiana. She is the only African-American in her class. She has no siblings; so she would like to fit in at her school. But the thing that troubles her most is that she has multiple food-protein allergies. What s a parent to do!
In this book, Prentice White tells how he and his wife encouraged, inspired and motivated their daughter to have high self-esteem and great confidence in herself by using basic biblical principles.
Now, their daughter does not view having allergies as being bad since she understands that God made her with a specific purpose in mind. While she is learning how to live with allergies, she no longer feels that she is inferior.