Coronavirus: A Book for Children
This nonfiction picture book offers children information about transmission, symptoms, and the possibility of a cure, reassuring readers that doctors and scientists are working on developing a vaccine.
The last few pages answer the question “what can I do to help?”
The book shows a diversity of characters taking action to manage the effects of the virus. Children are told to practice good hygiene, not to disturb their parents while they are working from home, and to keep up with their schoolwork.
Source: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Date of Publication: July 23, 2020
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