Updated: Jul 6, 2020
What is the coronavirus, and why is everyone talking about it?
For the past few months, schools have been closed and your child has been at home as families sit and wait out the coronavirus crisis. As schools are starting to slowly reopen, many parents are facing uncertainties on how to make sure their children remain safe when they’re not at home.
How do you explain this new norm to your child? What should they know to keep themselves - and those around them - safe and healthy?
LeapEd, Malaysia’s first homegrown education provider is always striving to enrich the lives of children through education transformation. Together with Nosy Crow, an independent children’s publisher, and the expert help of Professor Graham Medley of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, two head teachers and a child psychologist, LeapEd has issued a digital ebook, about the coronavirus and the precautions that should be taken to curb its spread.
Explaining the coronavirus to your child can be tough. We get you!
"How do you catch the coronavirus?" "What happens if you do?" "Is there a cure?"
The questions go on and on and on….
Written by Elizabeth Jenner, Kate Wilson and Nia Roberts, Coronavirus: A Book for Kids has everything your child needs to understand the whats, whys, and hows of the virus. Equipped with colourful illustrations and simple language, your child is guaranteed to love it!
“This book puts children IN the picture rather than just watching it happen, and in a way that makes the scary parts easier to cope with” - Professor Graham Medley of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.
You guessed it right! LeapEd and Me Books did not want any child to miss out on this amazing book! So......
This book is also available in Bahasa Malaysia!
Together with LeapEd and Nosy Crow, we at Me Books are doing our part to help spread awareness on the virus!
Download both versions of the book right here, right now for FREE!!
Download Coronavirus: A Book for Children
Download Coronavirus: Buku untuk Kanak-kanak