Teensy Weensy Virus Book #Giveaway



As a preschool teacher of  2.4- 3.4 year olds and I always love reading a new book to my class then passing it around the other classrooms so other classes get to enjoy it to. WithTeensy Weensy Virus 🦠 I was so eager to hear what the other teachers thought about this one. 

Our preschool never closed through the pandemic because we have so many first responders and teachers that really needed to have a place to send their children so they could work.  Our kids have been dealing with Masks since the beginning and have had no problem acclimating to the mask mandate. Many have never seen our faces and without a mask. 

When I walked this book around the class I asked each teacher the same questions.

What do you think about this book?

What do you like about it?

What do you not like about it?

We all agreed on many things. 

The information was kept nice and simple for preschoolers. It was light enough for us to feel we could read it to our classes. 

The characters were very diversified. 

The page with the hospital bed would have been passed over for our two younger groups. The patient and doctor were too sad looking but the 3.5 to 5 year old teachers thought it was fine for their class.

One of our kids went to a park recently and his mom asked why he wasn’t playing with the other children and he said, “they are not in my class.” obviously he understands cohorts and pods. 

We loved the wording of bubbles and wearing your masks but some of the teachers didn’t like the “scary” word while others felt it was keeping it real.


 




Sherri Rose grew up in Richmond, Virginia. As a retired pediatric and family nurse practitioners as well and a hospice and palliative care nurse, she recognizes the critical importance of helping children understand what is happening during this pandemic that is currently sweeping our globe.COVID-19 has created so much stress, anxiety, grief, and loss for adultsimagine what children must think but be unable to express! Inspired by her concerns for the smallest among usas well as by her own significant grief over not being able to hug her children and grandchildren during quarantineSherri began to write this book to help preschoolers understand what is going on and why all of us must follow new rules. As a mother of three daughters and three stepdaughters, as well as a grandmother to many, she hopes that the resources found in this book will be useful to all the readers all over the world. Sherri is having six translations created to spread the importance of basic safety guidelines with this very smart virus. She wrote the lyrics to the little song at the end of the book to have something light and happy after reading about a serious topic.

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Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book for my honest opinion. No monetary compensation was offered



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