Coronavirus a Book for Children -This informative and accessible guide for young readers defines the coronavirus, explains why everyday routines have been disrupted, and lays out how everyone can do their part to help. With child-appropriate answers and explanations, the book addresses several key questions. The age range is recommended for children 6-years-old and above.… More Coronavirus a Book for Children
A Kids Guide to Coronavirus – This colorful picture book gives them the answers they’ve been looking for, explaining what the virus is, how it spreads, and what they can do to help, in gentle and simple language that even the youngest kids can follow. Also available in Spanish, Portuguese, & Romanian
“Bray Bray Conquers The Coronavirus” – This is the adventure of Bray Bray to empowers kids to do their part to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join Captain Corona as he takes a group of children on an adventure through the community introducing them to a team of 19 brave warriors whose selfless efforts keep us alive. Captain Corona celebrates health care workers, custodians, journalists, store clerks, teachers, scientists, and more. Free downloadable book.
Coronavirus What is it? A story for children to give them information about Coronavirus. It explains what it is, how it is spread, how to protect ourselves and what quarantine is. Click here for French Click here for Russian Click here for Spanish Click here for Greek Click… More Coronavirus What is it?
Even Astronauts Practice Social Distancing – This is a story meant to answer children’s questions about the Coronavirus. It teaches children about how to practice social distancing, wear masks, and answers questions about how long we will need to stay at home.Free download
Getting a Haircut with a Mask– This story can be read to little ones to prepare them for a haircut during this time of COVID-19.
HELLO This short book was created to support and reassure children, under the age of 7, regarding the COVID-19. It will invite children to express how they are feeling and validate their emotions, comfort them by explaining that caregivers will keep them safe and introduce some precaution measures that will allow them to feel empowered.… More HELLO!
I Can Be Safe and Healthy by Washing My Hands! ¡Puedo estar seguro y saludable lavándome las manos!
I Love You helps children cope with the emotional impact of not being able to visit their elderly relatives.Touching on the the global nature of the COVID-19 it helps kids understand that this situation is affecting children all over the world no matter their age, skin colour or the language that they speak. As children… More I Love You
King Covid and the Kids Who Cared (Abridged – 24 pages) Recommended for ages 4-6 King Covid and the Kids Who Care (Unabridged – 36 pages) Recommended for ages 7-9
A coloring book created by St. Jude to help the hospital’s patients and children in general understand the virus and its associated health problems.
Through a child’s eyes, the world may seem chaotic with coronavirus (COVID19), masks, and social distancing. Masked Ninja explains what’s going on in our current pandemic and shows us actionable steps we can take to prevent the spread of viruses and racism. Find out what happens in this comedic book about pandemics, viruses, and kindness.
Maurice Masked Up – When a librarian is having difficulty with the children in her class about wearing a mask… Maurice the talking book steps up to give reason’s why.
My Hero is You, Storybook for Children on COVID-19 – Features a creature named Ario, who helps explain how children can protect against the virus and cope with the complicated emotions around the world dealing with a pandemic, according to a release from the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC), which is part of the United Nations… More My Hero is You. Storybook for Children on COVID-19
“Princess Black, Case of the Coronavirus” Comic book style.
Putting A Mask on My Toys -This story is for young children. It can help familiarize them with masks during this time of COVID-19 with a little story about putting a mask on stuffed animals, dolls and toys and playing peek-a-boo with them. It also talks about playing peek-a-boo with family members with a… More Putting A Mask on My Toys
Rainbows In The Window – Meet Amos and his mom. They’re sheltering at home. Find out how they use their imaginations and huge hearts to bring their neighborhood together. And how you can too.
Dr. Daniela’s Owen, Ph.D., an assistant professor of clinical psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, has published her first book specifically to help children deal with the complications of stress and anxiety from the COVID Epidemic. This book is a mindfully written self-help guide to aid children in dealing with stress and anxiety, by… More Right Now: I Am Fine
“Stay Clear, Stay Clean, Stay Kind” – SpottyWot and DottyWot, have just arrived back on Planet WotWot and the Kiddets want to throw them a ‘Welcome Home’ party. But wait! What if their heroes have brought sneezes back from planet Earth! The party will need to wait as the Kiddets learn three important ways to… More Stay Clear, Stay Clean, Stay Kind