Eczema Books

Eczema Books

Eczema Books

We have put together a helpful list of eczema books, Some are children’s stories which can help a child understand why they have eczema or help them if they’re struggling at school or being bullied. Also, we have found some more informative books to help you understand eczema, these are more suitable for adults or possibly teenagers.

I haven’t read all of these eczema books so please check out the descriptions carefully before ordering. Information is key, and being able to share information with others which can be vital for recovery or caring for someone with eczema is very beneficial.

Children’s Eczema Books

Lily’s Eczema Story Kindle Edition

Lily's Eczema Story Kindle Edition  

Lily, a young girl, struggled with bullying because she looked different. However, when a new girl comes to school, her life changes for the better. This children’s book traces the social problems that can arise with eczema, a skin condition. Through this story, we (the authors) hope that children with eczema learn to accept their different appearances, and know that they are not the only ones in the world that have this condition.

This book is also available ON AMAZON KINDLE $10.38

Emmy’s Eczema (Dinosaur Friends)

 Emmy's Eczema (Dinosaur Friends)

Emmy has eczema. She knows she shouldn’t scratch. But sometimes she’s so itchy, she just can’t help it. One day, she scratches so much she makes her skin really sore. Find out how her friends make her feel better.
This gentle story helps children to understand what it is like to have eczema, and how you can be a better friend to someone who has it by being kind and helpful.

This paperback book is available on AMAZON $27.25

Rachel has Eczema (A Doctor Spot Case Book)

Rachel has Eczema (A Doctor Spot Case Book)

Rachel has Eczema is a reassuring story for 4 to 7 year-olds about Rachel the Rhino. Poor Rachel is sore and itchy and can’t sleep at night. After diagnosing a painful case of eczema, Doctor Spot treats her with ointments and dressings which soon make her feel better. // Doctor Spot Case Books is a series of colorful stories designed to help children and understand and cope with common ailments and conditions. Each title also has special parents’ pages at the back providing medically vetted information on recognizing and easing symptoms and seeking medical help.

This paperback book is available on AMAZON $12.23

I Have Eczema: Volume 1

I Have Eczema: Volume 1

For Emma, eczema means sticky, wrinkly clothes and lotion in her hair. Her skin is itchy, and rashy, and RED. And sometimes, she is simply cranky about all this skincare! Bring your family into Emma’s world and see your little one agree with Emma as she goes through a lighthearted day coping with eczema. Watch your child grow in confidence knowing they are not alone. This age-appropriate book gives young children control over their eczema, rather than feeling overwhelmed by it. And maybe, one day, they will grow out of it!

This paperback book is available on AMAZON $12.95

I Have Eczema…So What? Kindle Edition

I Have Eczema...So What? Kindle Edition

Maya is a 9-year-old girl who suffers from eczema. She is itchy all the time and can’t enjoy all the fun games or delicious foods that her friends do. She faces teasing, isolation, and A LOT OF questions. But along with her family, she slowly learns how to manage her condition and chooses to be happy in spite of it. This is a story about Maya’s challenges, her courage, and her family’s unshakeable love and determination to support her.

This paperback book is available on AMAZON $33.54

This book is also available ON AMAZON KINDLE $3.99

Adult Eczema BooksGrown up books

The research shows that eczema sufferers spend up to $2000 on eczema treatments each year and nearly 40 percent spend more than 10 minutes each day applying topical treatments. And yet the number of people with eczema is rising and has tripled in recent years. Read our article on Growing up with eczema which covers this topic.

While it’s perfectly fine to use modern medicines to help you or your child gain temporary relief, you need to explore and ultimately follow a long-term solution. This solution involves making environmental and dietary changes.

This outstanding program offers solutions and advice that can be tailored to suit individual needs — whether it be a baby, child, or adult — ultimately you’ll be able to manage and mend eczema.

This paperback book is available on AMAZON $17.29

ECZEMA – Paperback book

ECZEMA-Paperback book

This book offers straightforward, positive, and medically accurate answers to all your questions about managing your own or your child’s eczema.

This paperback book is also available on AMAZON $7.48

Eczema Diet Cookbook

Eczema Diet Cookbook

Consuming certain foods does not seem to bring about dermatitis, despite the fact that it might trigger a flare-up since you have the condition. Keeping up a skin-inflammation eating regimen is vital to general health management. Avoiding foods is a huge part of managing your eczema, foods high in sugar, unhealthy fats, and processed foods are a danger to your health. The recipes inside this book will serve your health and give you new ideas in the kitchen!

This book is also available on AMAZON $17.89

This book is also available ON AMAZON KINDLE $4.87

A Practical Guide to Treating Eczema in Children

A Practical Guide to Treating Eczema in Children

Eczema can be a devastating condition, yet friends, family, and even healthcare professionals dismiss it. How many times do you hear others say it is the only eczema. Yet they are wrong, eczema ruins lives. Your child is suffering, they are not sleeping, you are not sleeping. Everywhere you turn there is different advice – it is a food allergy, it is a clothes allergy, use steroids, don’t use steroids. The internet, health professionals, and bookshops are full of often contradictory advice on what to do. Why is this book any different? I am a doctor who has spent my career specializing in and treating children with eczema. I am also a father of two children with eczema. As much as I have learned from my professional career it is only since having my own children that I have truly understood how overwhelming eczema can be. This book balances the professional ‘ideal’ ways of treating eczema against the practicalities of doing this in real life. There are hints, tips and practical solutions to everyday situations and answers to all the commonest questions parents ask me.

This book is available FOR FREE on AMAZON KINDLE UNLIMITED $0.00

Also available on AMAZON $8.39

Eczema in Childhood-Paperback

Eczema in Childhood-Paperback

The lives of thousands of children and their families are affected by eczema, a skin disorder that can vary from a small, mildly irritating patch of skin to a much more widespread, unsightly rash. While conventional treatments have given relief to many children, others continue to suffer the physical and emotional pain associated with severe eczema. Dr. Atherton is an expert in children’s skin disorders, based at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London. He is also involved in scientific research into the causes and treatment of eczema. In this book for parents and affected children, explains clearly the very latest in what we know about the causes of eczema and what can be done to treat it, including complementary therapies. He also gives practical advice on where to go for help and support.

This book is also available on AMAZON US $15.32

Do you want more helpful eczema tips and tricks? Get Your FREE Eczema Handbook NOW! CLICK HERE: To Stop Itching & Start Living TODAY!

Eczema Storybooks for Children – Top 10 Buyers Guide

Eczema Storybooks for Children – Top 10 Buyers Guide

All children who suffer from eczema, including my own suffer every day and have to deal with so many issues. Eczema storybooks for children are a good way to help them understand their condition and relax at bedtime. Quality time with Mum or Dad.

I know through our own personal struggle with our son’s eczema that any distraction from itching at bedtime will help them sleep better and reduce stress and anxiety. The quicker they fall asleep the less they will itch.

Best eczema storybooks for children available online and reviewed in our buyer’s guide are:

  • Michael’s Eczema
  • I Have Eczema
  • Emmy’s Eczema ( Dinosaur Friends )
  • Itchy Mitchie
  • Search for a smile in the moon
  • The case of Itch & Rash
  • Itchy Pig
  • My Itchy Body
  • Prince Emily and the terrible itch
  • I have eczema. So what?

Children with eczema have so much to deal with in life and it’s not just their medical condition, they also have to deal with external factors like bullying, school, Doctors appointments and as they get older even relationships issues as well.

As parents, we are always searching for that ultimate cream or lotion that will cure their condition. Often using them as guinea pigs in the quest for a cure. We have tried hundreds of different cream over the past 48 Years in our family, myself and plenty over the past 20 Years on our Children. The oldest is now 20 and he’s still suffering, unfortunately.

We have written Top 10 Creams for babies with eczema – Ultimate guide, it may be worthwhile giving it a read. Hopefully, it will save you time and money searching for a suitable cream for your child.

Thankfully most children grow out of eczema before the age of 5, but some ( Like our children) don’t and you need to have bedtime structure and distraction techniques in place to cope with living with eczema.

Our son struggled mentally with his condition and always asked ‘ Why me?’ since I had eczema from birth he also blamed me for giving him the condition and that affected our relationship.  It’s only now as he is older he understands what Eczema is and that we couldn’t avoid him getting it. He has spells of Depression and we are always on the lookout for signs he needs help.

He also knows that we tried everything to cure his eczema but unfortunately with no success.

Have a good bedtime routine

One of the methods we used to help him understand his condition when he was younger was to read storybooks to him each night before bed. It was part of our calm down bedtime routine.

We cannot stress the importance of having a good bedtime routine and also a good bathing and creaming process. Routine and structure will ease their minds and body before bed and help them get a better nights sleep.

Lack of sleep for both the child and parent can be devastating. No sleep means more scratching which is the number one factor for eczema flare-ups in children and babies.

Eczema Storybooks For Children-Buyers Guide!

These books are listed in order starting with our favorite. This is our personal choice and you may feel that there is a better book that should have been featured in our Top 10 Buyers Guide. If so, we’d love to hear from you so we can review it and see if we think it should enter the top 10.

We will constantly update these buyers guides as we see fit. Your help, feedback and comments are appreciated.

#1 Micheals Eczema

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This is one of the newest and most up to date children’s storybook we found. We would like to thank the author Marcela Alatorre Guzman who sent us some copies to review and give away.

The feedback we received from this book was amazing!

The story has been put together from the authors own experience with their child. After many visits to their dermatologist, they wanted to give something back to help others going through the same issues and came up with the idea of writing a children’s storybook about eczema. Michaels Eczema is the result.

This real-life story which tells the journey of Michael a young child suffering from eczema and dealing with all the issues a child may face when living with eczema.

Doctors visits, school and the constant urge to itch are all addressed in this lovely illustrated book.

My children loved the pictures and started to ask questions after page 1. “He’s got a bandage on his arm like me?”  “He’s itching Dad like I do” 

This is exactly the reaction you want from a children’s storybook about eczema. This will engage them in discussion and address some of those questions they probably had in their minds but just didn’t know how to ask. Buy now from Amazon > Click Here

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#2 Emmy’s Eczema (Dinosaur Friends)

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This fun and simple story help children to understand what it is like to have eczema, and how you can be a better friend to someone who has it by being kind and helpful.

We love the fact that the book is about itching, which in children is the number one issue when it comes to dealing with and managing eczema.

The Author Jack Hughes has a series of books in this theme that covers lots of challenging topics like eczema, deafness, Allergies and many more.

All children love Dinosaurs and Emmy and his friends tell the story beautifully. Lovely illustration and nicely laid out and designed.

Our children loved this book it was only beaten to the number one spot because we thought they could relate more to Michael’s story which covered the whole topic of eczema not just itching. Buy now from Amazon > Click here

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I have Eczema….So what! 

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You can tell this Children’s eczema storybook is aimed towards older children as the content is more grown up and the illustrations are not as childish as the two previous books.

It also looks like it wasn’t written for the US & UK market is it has a different feel to the rest. However, we did like the fact that it’s more grown up and that means there is a book available for all ages. I know my 10-year-old was more interested in reading this book than the Emmy’s Dinosaur book which is aimed at younger children.

It’s all about Maya a 9-year-old girl suffering from eczema. She is itchy all the time and can’t enjoy all the fun games or delicious foods that her friends do. She faces teasing, isolation and A LOT OF questions. But along with her family, she slowly learns how to manage her condition and chooses to be happy in spite of it.

This is a story about Maya’s challenges, her courage and her family’s unshakeable love and determination to support her.

This book is available on Kindle and paperback. Buy now from Amazon >> Click here

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I have eczema

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This book was one of the first eczema children’s storybooks we purchased back in 2015. It tells the story of a little girl called Emma suffering from eczema.

This is a great book to help your children understand what Emma and what they go through each day. It’s like a Day in the life type story.

We found that we could relate to most of the book and started to talk about how we did some of the things Emma in the story bit each day.

Bring your child into Emma’s world and see your little one agrees with Emma as she goes through a lighthearted day coping with eczema.

The book mentions Wet Dressings and treatments which wasn’t found in some of the other books we reviewed. This was very helpful to address possible treatments you may be thinking about trying.

The illustrations are good, not too young so they will be suitable for most ages. Buy on Amazon >> Click Here

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My Itchy Body

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This book covers why your body is itchy. It’s not 100% about eczema alone, it covers other reasons why your body might be itchy.

It for old children above 6 Years of age as the pictures and story is more grown-up than some of the other storybooks in this review.

This book is from an educational series that covers many topics that children may face. They are well written and set out nicely making them easy to read.

You will find this book and the others in their series in many schools and Libraries and are designed and written to be more educational than storytelling.

The illustrations are nice and show day to day images like school, Doctors and playing outside. Again this book focuses on itching in general but also covers Dermatitis in detail.

Published in 2012 it is still relevant today and makes a good bedtime read.

Buy now from Amazon>> Click here

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Search for a smile in the moon

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This book was written by one of the leading suppliers of therapy clothing for children with eczema Soothems.

This is only available on Kindle and is hard to describe what the book is leaning towards. It’s not only a Children’s storybook but it’s also like an informational sheet with details of Soothems products.

We love Soothems product especially their PJ’s so we were happy to add this book into out Top 10

This is what Soothems had to say about there Kindle book: When a delightful story is shared with an engaged listener, the seeds for miraculous outcomes are planted and the results are often transformative. Pairing Soothems® bedtime books with our Soothems® garments encourages children to establish a comforting routine to promote healing behaviors and end-of-day calmness when treating an eczema flare-up, resulting in a more restful night sleep for you and your little one. Less Itch, More Smiles!

We like the illustrations and the store about a young child called Scratch. You can tell the story is aimed at selling their Bedtime garments, but that’s fine. We know how important a good night sleeps is like we mentioned at the beginning of this review.

It’s a pity this book isn’t longer and made into a paperback book. Not everyone has or likes Kindles.

Buy now from Amazon >> Click here

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The Itchy Kids Club

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This book was recommended by one of our readers. We had never heard or seen this book before and we were pleasantly surprised after reading it.

It again is not 100% Devoted to eczema but to all Allergies and Conditions that cause the body to itch. They do talk about Atopic Dermatitis in the book which is good but also many other reasons why your body might itch.

The Itchy Kids Club is a book of silly poems for itchy kids, with lots of fun pictures and useful information. An itchy kid is someone with environmental allergies, food allergies, asthma, or eczema.

This book is not suitable for young children, it’s the sort of book that a 7-10-Year-old would love to take to school and on sleepovers with their friends and read to each other.

The book contains lots of fun poems and illustrations which we loved. My 10-Year-old son loved this book and said in his words ‘ It was sick! ‘  Apparently, that means it’s a good book.

Buy this book from Amazon>> Click here

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Prince Emily and the terrible itch

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This book was written from a Mother’s heart for her child with eczema. Prince Erich goes on a journey to help cure his sister, Princess Emily, of the Terrible Itch! This story contains love, friendship, and a touch of magic.

We were amazed to find out that many of the beautiful illustrations were drawn by an 11-year-old artist. Our children found that amazing!

The only negative thing we had to say is the story is total fantasy type storytelling, which for a bedtime read is fine but it didn’t relate to the day to day struggles our children face.

They found it hard to relate to anything other than the itching part of the story.

For the illustrations alone it’s worth buying and if your child likes fantasy stories then this is the one for them.

Buy now from Amazon>> Click here 

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The case of Itch and Rash

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The Case of Itch and Rash is an adventurous story that explores the skin condition eczema. It is a book that teaches affected children and their peers about the cause and treatment of this condition.

The message this book imparts is that of empowerment, healthy ideas, and tolerance of those whose skin may look just a little different.

This is a real storybook with lovely fun illustrations. Well formatted and well written our 10-Year-old son loved this book. He took it to school and they read it as a class.

We loved all the scientific facts and helpful information and found this book one of the best to educate people about this terrible condition we suffer from.

Buy now from Amazon>> Click Here

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Itchy Mitchie

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Although this book isn’t eczema focused we loved the story and the images and illustrations are so cute we just had to add this to our top 10 list.

The book is about positive thinking and self-healing. We loved the story and thought it was perfect for children between the ages of 4-6.

1st grader Mitchie Miles has a dreadful case of ITCHY FEET! And mysteriously, nothing seems to help! But after playing an epic game of Blinky Ball at school, Mitchie discovers that maybe he had the solution to his problem all along. With beautiful hand-cut paper illustrations and an important moral about the power of positive thinking, this book is sure to make a wonderful addition to your children’s library!

Buy now from Amazon >> Click here

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Final Thoughts

Thank you for reading our revies of eczema storybooks for children. We hope you found it useful and if you did could we ask you to share it with others.

There are many parents out there that need this type of resource to help them cope with eczema in their family.

Thanks again and happy reading!

Growing Up With Eczema

Growing Up With Eczema

This is a post from a young Eczema sufferer, who shares her experiences Growing up with eczema. We don’t like to put words into peoples mouths so we have left this message exactly like we found it. It’s the painful truth and sometimes we hide away from the truth about eczema.
Many companies and magazines will try to make out that DRY SKIN is the same as eczema and say stupid things like ‘Cure eczema in 14 days with our lotion and cream’ In our opinion you can only manage eczema at the moment until science has found us a cure.
At the moment we can just manage it until a cure is found. See our article on Latest eczema research 2017-2018 which we published recently.

Growing up with eczema by – unfinishedsimphonie

(Because everybody thinks all we have to do is put on lots of lotion and not scratch)

  • waking up in pain with blood all over your sheets
  • being afraid to go to sleep because you can’t control your scratching when you’re asleep
  • having to do your laundry all the time because dead skin cells are everywhere
  • everything burns in the shower, even when you use cold water
  • no hot water: no hot showers, no hot tubs, no hot springs
  • not being able to go on sleepovers or travel to certain places because you can’t pack your humidifier or air purifier or the climate will fuck you up or there are just too many allergens there
  • if you ever do feel like going anywhere, having to pack your entire medicine cabinet (gauze and bandages included)
  • having to be careful with anything you put on your skin: makeup, lotions, etc…
  • clothing: as a child, cotton only – no jeans, no polyester, nope
  • when eczema breaks out on your face or any visible part of your body, and people are afraid of being near you for fear of catching some horrible disease. also people just straight up staring at you
  • hiding at home because you feel like the ugliest person in the world
  • not being able to wear short sleeves or shorts because you’re afraid of people seeing your scars
  • the only medications that work have horrible side effects…like topical steroid withdrawal or increasing the risk of skin cancer
  • being the really annoying friend with all the food allergies
  • not being able to exercise when you want to because you’re allergic to your own sweat or your joints are too inflamed to move
  • not being able to cry because your eyelids might break out
  • landing in the hospital because of life-threatening skin infections

Thank you to ‘unfinishedsimphonie’ ( she wanted to remain anonymous ) so this is her Tumblr username, for your honest and truthful words. We wish you well and hope for better days for you. x

These are the issues eczema sufferers go through each day, these are her words and her thoughts. If everyone understood how hard it is Growing up with eczema, things we would be much better for so many people. Eczema is half about the physical conditions and treating them and the other half avoiding issues related to eczema, like the ones listed above.


Talk to children about eczema

Eczema not only affects the person or child suffering from the condition, it affects everyone living in the same household. It can be just as troubling for the parent to watch their child in so much pain, and also for their siblings to watch their younger brother or sister having to go through so much.

Make sure everyone in the household is informed and ready to live with the condition for the long-term. There’s no quick fix for eczema and everyone should have hope, but also a realistic perspective on the condition. If you believe your children is struggling to live with someone who has eczema and you’re finding it difficult to talk to them, please seek professional help.

Helpful organizations such as NATIONAL ECZEMA ASSOCIATION can be a lifeline when you’re struggling. There’s no shame in asking for help, you’re not the first and you certainly won’t be the last to admit you’re struggling. We published an article recently from a mother who really struggled. Read A Mothers eczema story.

Get siblings to be your eyes and ears

My personal experience with siblings in the household was a positive one, It’s my older son who has eczema and his younger brothers were all very helpful in caring for their older brother. I can’t tell you how many times I have heard the words ‘ stop scratching! ‘ then my youngest son would come and let us know he was scratching.

We all know if you don’t try and stop them scratching it will only lead to infection or a flare-up. His brothers were like our eyes and ears, which I’m sure stopped many irresistible scratching sessions which could have turned nasty.

They were also helpful when our son was feeling down and didn’t let us know, They would come and tell us and we could deal with the situation.

When our son’s skin was infected, they would try and distract him from the pain and suffering by playing games and talking to him whilst we creamed his painful areas. I don’t think they totally understood how painful his eczema was and still is. Only someone with bad eczema can know how painful the condition can be, but they certainly witnessed him when he wasn’t at his best and they could see the pain and suffering he went through.

We found it really helpful to read to our younger son about Eczema and we found some amazing books on AMAZON to help with this. The book below was invaluable and really helped my youngest son understand why his brother scratched.

eczema story min

Priced at just £6.82 on AMAZON UK $12.12 from AMAZON US

Separate towels and products

Having a plan and routine in the home will also help control the condition, and making sure everyone knows the plan is important. Having separate towels as an example to help reduce cross-contamination and bath toys and sponges kept separate.

Talk to the family and explain why these things are so important, remind them of a time when your child had an infection and say you’re trying to avoid that happening again by not sharing towels and clothes ETC.

Spread the love

Caring for someone with eczema can be very time consuming, Creaming, Bathing and changing bedding and clothes every two minutes can be overwhelming at times. Creaming alone can be twenty Minutes, four or five times a day, But remember you have other children in the house and they also will be craving your time and attention.

Understandably your focus will be to care for the child suffering the most, just remember to share your time and plan quality time with others. Thank them for all their help and patience and spend some quality time with them, and make it all about them. If the siblings are older it’s easier to explain and I’m sure they will understand, but with younger siblings, it’s very difficult to explain why you spend so much time with your child who suffers from eczema.

You will, however, be amazed at how much they pick up and understand. Children are amazing at picking up and sensing issues around them, they will learn quickly and being open and honest with them will only be beneficial in the long-run.



I have a story to tell

How has eczema affected you growing up?

We would love to hear from you and share your experiences with others. Sharing is caring and by reaching out to others you can help some many people. Please contact us below if you would like to share your story.

Here’s another helpful book we found on AMAZON if your child has suffered from Bullying due to their eczema.

Lily's Eczema Story

Priced at just £7.88 on AMAZON UK

Priced at just £10.88 on AMAZON US