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.