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Spring of 2020 brought to this world an unknown, Coronavirus! As time elapsed with the spread of this unknown disease, our Earth was thrown into chaos. Coronavirus, also referred to as COVID-19, emerged rapidly and many humans were instantly infected with no known knowledge of how to treat it. Our major cities had to quickly incorporate strategies to care for infected patients in health facilities that were unprepared and had limited PPE supplies. Cities were placed on lockdowns and every human was encouraged to wear a face mask when in public. Social distancing became a mantra. Schools were canceled, sporting events were canceled, and all types of entertainment were canceled. Parents were confronted with working from home and school age children received online education. Grocery stores limited the number of customers allowed to enter their stores, which resulted in long waiting lines to enter. Paper products disappeared from the shelves and many essential items such as eggs, flour, sugar, met and poultry were rationed. Each day became the same with a constant routine. Families with children experienced confusion with how to explain the changing world to their children. What Day Is It? Everyday Seems the Same is s story that attempts to facilitate parents and children with what a new normal might look like with the presence of COVID-19 in their everyday lives. Our new normal is unknown. Hope and her parents strive to make each day of the week special, helping to replace monotony with purpose.
|Publisher:||Outskirts Press, Inc.|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||6 MB|
|Age Range:||6 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Nancy Panasci is the mother of three talented and successful daughters. This, she believes, is the most important accomplishment of her life so far. Nancy is a speech pathologist who has her own private practice in Englewood, Colorado. She has spent her career surrounding herself with preschool and school-age children who need assistance in communicating effectively with peers and family. Nancy has been active in her community as a volunteer for many organizations and loves surrounding herself with family and friends. She believes What Day Is It? Every Day Seems the Same will encourage her to author additional children’s books.