- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- Pangea Publishing
- Nandi L Fernandez, Fernandez (ill.)
- Nandi L Fernandez
- Color illustrations
- 297 x 210 x 4 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 4464:Standard Color 8.268 x 11.693 in or 297 x 210 mm (A4) Perfect Bound on Standard 70 White w/Matt
- 186 g
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Taylor Tomu, Drew Edwards
A collection of 5 stories that present and promote questions and social emotional awareness for children about their experience with COVID-19. This book provides the opportunity to intentionally exercise critical thinking and problem solving skill...
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"During these unprecedented times, it's difficult to explain how our current circumstances affect individuals from diverse backgrounds. This book is a great resource to illustrate our current complex and unique circumstances." -5 STAR Amazon Review
"This book is wonderfully written and beautifully illustrated. Together it creates a great tool for talking with children about the COVID-19 pandemic. The comprehension questions at the end of the book provides parents with a helpful tool to further the discussion with their children. Well done!"-5 STAR Amazon Review
Drew Edwards is the Co-Founder and CEO of Pangea Educational Development. Drew has spent his career working with children in post-conflict, emergency, and crisis settings. He has written for UNESCO, spoken on stage at SXSWedu, and on NPR. He was a Forbes 30 under 30 finalist and a WISE Learner's Voice Fellow on Refugee Education at the Qatar Foundation. He earned his Master's in International Education Policy from the Harvard Graduate School of Education where he studied early childhood literacy, inclusion, and belonging. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from DePaul University, where he was an Irwin W. Steans Community Service Scholar and Vincentian Mission Fellow. He holds a Certificate in Child Protection from the Harvard FXB Center for Health & Human Rights. Taylor Tomu is a doctoral student at The Ohio State University who is focused on medical anthropology. She is interested in questions that uncover African American's experiences with the health care system, as well as the development and implementation of community-based programs to assist underserved populations. Her doctoral research studies the effects structural racism has on African American Women's experiences with diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of COVID-19. This pandemic continues to disproportionally affect black people due to structural racism and inequities that have persisted for decades. Such data are critical for developing effective public health messaging aimed at reducing health inequities.