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A snark named Covid

by Sevell, Cindy.
Type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Monee, Il : Independently Published, 2020Edition: paperback.Description: unpaged : col. ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9798639499777.Subject(s): Coronavirus infections -- Fiction | COVID-19 (Disease) -- Fiction | Covid-19 -- FictionSummary: How can you explain what COVID-19 is to your child? This book will help! It is written in such a way that your child will be able to understand without getting into any graphics. The absolutely beautiful part in creating this book is that the author collected artwork from children living within her community, ranging in grades from K-12. Each page displays a unique piece of artwork specific to the young artist acknowledged with each submission. Cindy Sevell, the author, taught preschool for a few years. She found that the artwork her students created was far more beautiful than her own. She decided to include her community in this lighthearted approach at explaining a world wide pandemic. Your children will love this book, gain a new understanding of our world situation and thoroughly enjoy all of the artwork. Stay safe and enjoy the book!
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How can you explain what COVID-19 is to your child? This book will help! It is written in such a way that your child will be able to understand without getting into any graphics. The absolutely beautiful part in creating this book is that the author collected artwork from children living within her community, ranging in grades from K-12. Each page displays a unique piece of artwork specific to the young artist acknowledged with each submission. Cindy Sevell, the author, taught preschool for a few years. She found that the artwork her students created was far more beautiful than her own. She decided to include her community in this lighthearted approach at explaining a world wide pandemic. Your children will love this book, gain a new understanding of our world situation and thoroughly enjoy all of the artwork. Stay safe and enjoy the book!