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I'm Unvaccinated and That's OK!
I'm Unvaccinated and That's OK! is the story of an unvaccinated child named Nicholas Novaks, who shares the many reasons why his parents have chosen not to vaccinate him. Nicholas explains his parents’ personal concerns about vaccine injury, the importance of finding a doctor they can trust and openly speak with, the research they did before making this decision, and what life is like for an unvaccinated child who has an older, vaccine-injured sibling.
Inspired by the personal stories of vaccine-injured children, which have been shared with Dr. Shannon Kroner over many years of working with special needs families, Dr. Kroner aims to raise awareness on the importance of vaccine choice and the necessity of doing the research before making an important decision such as vaccination.
Join Nicholas as he shares what it means to be an unvaccinated child in today’s world and why one's personal choice regarding vaccination must always be respected.
Written by Dr. Shannon Kroner
Illustrated by Manfred Calderon
“Dr. Shannon Kroner has been courageous in her efforts to protect vaccine choice. Her book, I’m Unvaccinated and That’s Ok! pioneers a new genre of children’s books that aims at educating children about truth and freedom and prepares them for citizenship in democracy.”
—Robert F. Kennedy Jr., founder of Children’s Health Defense and author of Vax-Unvax: Let the Science Speak and The Real Anthony Fauci
“This book is a beautiful and loving way to begin educating your child about vaccines, while protecting their innocence. It might be a children’s book that could save their life one day.” –Del Bigtree, Founder & CEO, Informed Consent Action Network, and Host of The HighWire
“The choice to remain unvaccinated is a basic human and civil right. This is especially true given the burgeoning rate of vaccine injury in children. No one— particularly a child—should ever be shamed or marginalized for a health choice. This is a children’s book whose time has come. I highly recommend it to all parents who are making the increasingly common choice to keep their children healthy and vaccine free.”
—Christiane Northrup, MD, three-time New York Times bestselling author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom, The Wisdom of Menopause, and Goddesses Never Age
“Dr. Kroner has written a must-read children’s book for any family that is finding itself questioning vaccination. This book takes a gentle approach to the topic of vaccination and can easily be used as a conversation starter with doctors, teachers, and family members who may disagree with your vaccination choices.”
—Sam Sorbo, education freedom advocate, author, and filmmaker
“Dr. Kroner has provided the world with a book that serves as an ideal gift for—and from—loving parents who want their children to know that science is for asking questions.”
—Dr. James Lyons-Weiler, IPAK/IPAK-EDU.org
“As a pediatrician who personally fights for medical freedom and supports informed consent, I feel that Dr. Kroner has done a beautiful job presenting the importance of vaccine choice in a way that is easy to read and understand for both children and adults. This is a book that should be in every home library and pediatric office. This book does a wonderful job illustrating the importance of parents doing their research. As more people choose to avoid vaccinations for various reasons, this book lets them know they're not alone and that this decision is OK.”
—Paul Thomas, MD, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, founder and host of With The Wind: Science Revealed, https://www.doctorsandscience.com, cofounder of KidsFirst4Ever.com