The United States is about to lose our 100,000th person to the coronavirus. We may try to shield ourselves from the terror at our doorstep by distracting ourselves with any number of follies, but our children don't know how to deal with the trauma of seeing their lives changed so drastically.
We've all heard stories of children who are afraid to come out of their bedrooms as a new version of "Stranger Danger," terrifies them. We've heard stories of children who can't sleep at night because they hear people talking and catch glimpses of the news.
Our children know that something is very wrong. Our children are afraid. Oh, sure, so are we, but the difference is that adults can rely on science and medical experts to calm their fears. Our children are listening. They need a way to feel safe, again.
Hans Helps: A Coronavirus/COVID-19 Story teaches children to help stop the spread of the virus. Empowering children to help keep themselves and their families safe gives children something to do. Teaching children to take action when they're afraid builds courage and resiliency and teaching them to have something to look forward to builds hope.
Parents have been writing us thank you notes, saying that their children are willing to wash their hands and follow family rules after reading our children's book. Their children needed something to help them understand the virus at their level.
This book helps.
Hans Helps: A Coronavirus/COVID-19 Story tells of a 6-year-old boy who learns how to follow the "Healthy 7" habits that will help keep him and his family safe.
The book is available in print to buy or donate to a child in need and in ebook formats from our partner sites.
Go to www.winuplypress/shop to find the one book that can empower our children to help us stop the spread of the disease.
50% of all proceeds for Hans Helps will be donated to charity.
As this time of uncertainty continues, let Winuply Press's books Hans Helps and Write Now: Ideas for Writers support your teachers and students.
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Schools interested in bulk order discounts of Hans Helps can get get a free digital copy of the book for considerations, and more information by contacting Winuply Press using the information below.
Winuply Press Upstate New York 845-481-3859 www.winuplypress.com
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