Here’s a list of new books that will teach your child about social distancing and COVID-19
The Washington Post has a new list of books that will teach your child about the coronavirus and health guidelines.
The novel coronavirus continues to impact the United States, and getting children to understand the virus remains a huge issue.
- “There is an overwhelming amount of information out there surrounding covid, even for adults, and it’s important that children are provided information in an accessible way they can easily understand … delivered in a way that feels normal, like ‘story time,’” Pavan Madan, a child and adolescent psychiatrist with California-based Community Psychiatry, told The Washington Post. “Children should be allowed to have the space to ask questions, clarify things and process their feelings.”
Here’s the full list:
- “The Day the Lines Changed,” by Kelley Donner
- “Ron and Rona Fight the Corona,” by Ron Starinsky, Elana Rosenberg and Amit Mizrahi
- “A Little SPOT Stays Home,” by Diane Alber
- “What is Social Distancing?” by Lindsey Coker Luckey
- “Paula and the Pandemic,” by Dorothea Laurence
- “Masked Ninja,” by Mary Nhin
- “Rona Stole My Fun!” by Chandra Clements
- “The Social Distance King,” by Eric DeSio
- “If You Can’t Bear Hug, Air Hug,” by Katie Sedmak
Head over to The Washington Post to review more details about the entire list.
- “Francine and Muffy talk about how to stay safe and support their friends and family by wearing a mask during these difficult times,” the YouTube description reads.