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“This is an exceptional book that provides a practical approach that teachers and parents can use to keep our kids and everyone else safe during the pandemic”. --Dr. Sandra C. Brown, Dean and Professor, College of Nursing and Allied Health
"Scary things happen, and dealing with COVID-19 changes is one of the scarier things our little ones have to manage in their short lives. Making sense of scariness is a process, and books always help. A local mom and educator has written one to help explain coronavirus to kids. With vibrant illustrations, the book includes characters from around the world and shares skills and safety precautions readers can take such as good hand hygiene, covering coughs and sneezes, wearing masks, and practicing social distancing." --Baton Rouge Parents Magazine
"Baton Rouge mom and educator Martina Marie Domino is trying to help youngsters understand just what's going..." --The Advocate Newspaper
"When I read the book, I instantly thought about my 12 year old and his confusion about the virus. This book is not only informative, but so very comforting. This is a must have for kids". --Bryson Bernard (Cupid), singer and songwriter.
"What in the World is the Coronavirus? is a children's book dedicated to this pandemic and the necessary ways for coping with it. A little book for everyone, after all, where a lot of questions, fears and perplexities will find answer. Highly recommended." --Anna Maria Polidori, Italian Giornalista
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