THIJS DOESN'T LIKE ICE CREAM
Age > 5 A reading and talking book for children with ARFID and their environment
"Children Non Fiction"
Rita Maris (1976) is an expert in the field of ARFID: two of her children have been diagnosed with ARFID.
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A reading and talking book for children with ARFID and their environment. A child with ARFID not only has a problem with food, but often also a social problem. Because what should you eat at a children's party if you don't dare to eat fries? If you can't eat chips, candies, ice creams and cakes? Children with ARFID are often so ashamed of their abnormal eating behavior that they decline invitations to parties, do not dare to play with other children and end up in isolation.
"Thijs does not like ice cream" is a fun and informative book for children. They learn through the story of Thijs what their eating disorder is, come to realize that there are more children with these eating problems, but also gain a bit of hope, because this book shows that there are professionals who can help them.
A fun and informative book for children. Each chapter contains questions that ease parents and/or care providers talk to the child.
READING EXCERPT from 'THIJS DOESN'T LIKE ICE CREAM' by Rita Maris