UNICEF Releases Book for Children on Coronavirus

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Hundreds of millions of children across the world are now out of school over the deadly novel coronavirus pandemic. For them and beyond, UN’s children fund UNICEF has released a new story book with the aims of help them understand and cope with Covid-19, the official name of the virus. The book is published in collaboration with more than 50 humanitarian organizations.

The title of the book is ‘My Hero is You, How kids can fight COVID-19!’ which features the fantasy creature Ario, who helps children understand how they can protect themselves, their families and friends from coronavirus, and how to manage difficult emotions when confronted with a new reality.

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Of the book, UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore said in a statement, ‘all over the world, children’s lives have been completely upended — the majority of them living in countries with some form of restricted movement or lockdown. The book would help children understand and navigate this new landscape and learn how they can take small actions to become the heroes in their own stories.’

The book, aimed at children aged 6 to 11, is now published in six languages with translation in 30 more languages being underway. It is being released as a printable version available online for download, and as an audiobook. Source : CNN

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