Coronavirus - A Book For Children

April 23, 2020  •  Leave a Comment

 

Do you have your children asking about why they are staying home? Why do they have to stay away from their grandparents? Why do they have to wear a mask if they go somewhere? Younger kids may have quite a few questions regarding this pandemic and yet parents don't always know how to properly respond without creating fear and worry. 

MK Medical Solutions https://mkmedicalsolutions.com, whose mission is to provide clarity in changing healthcare, provides helpful resources for both families and healthcare providers. Recently they shared an e-book: "Coronavirus - A book for children" by Elizabeth Jenner, Kate Wilson and Nia Roberts. With the helpful illustrations by Axel Scheffler and the knowledge of the professor of infectious disease modelling, Professor Graham Medley, this e-book provides a comprehensive look at our new world affected by coronavirus explained in simple terms for kids.

 

Click Here To Read It

 

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