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The Bayside Bunch Quarantined in Queens

The Bayside Bunch Quarantined in Queens

The Bayside Bunch Quarantined in Queens

The Bayside Bunch Quarantined in Queens


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There is a dark cloud over the Bayside Queens community. A virus called COVID-19 has reached Queens, and for the Bayside Bunch that means trouble. Public School 411 Elementary now must deal with the changes to their lives this virus has caused. Selwyn is on his way to see Principal Jones before reading the morning announcements. Principal Jones informed the children that Public School 411 Elementary will be closed the next day. A note will be sent home to all parents by the end of the school day. The Bayside Bunch are worried about the information in Principal Jones's note to parents. They all think Selwyn has read it, but he will not say what was in it. What did the principal's note say? Why is Selwyn worried? How will school closure affect the children at Public School 411 Elementary? Read the funny tale Quarantined in Queens and find out.

Readers learn about the pandemic from the eyes and ears of relatable characters in the story. The information used to develop this book is a collection of interviews with educators and families across the United States. Readers will learn about the stories of children quarantined at home with their parents in a remote school environment. The book provides suggestions that will would help children and families transition through the pandemic.

The Bayside Bunch Quarantined in Queens is all about building a child's compassion, confidence and showing the beauty of diversity in all its forms. The COVID picture book encourages children to think and inspire conversations with adults about friendship, courage, and citizenship.

Features & Highlights:

Colorful illustrations of school aged children exploring concepts like diversity, kindness, courage and caring.

Positive, educational, and fun is an excellent gift for any child.

Celebrating kindness, courage, and hope through a picture book can build confidence and demonstrate the impact of diversity, and compassion in real-world scenarios.

Designed to build confidence in children aged 7-11 while giving them access to connect with relatable characters and a school environment that they will recognize immediately.

A Great Gift for Any Child

If you're looking for a picture book for your school-aged child, this picture book helps children to see how compassion, kindness and courage can change their lives.

Perfect for All Children

This book is an excellent choice for children aged 7-11. The picture book has exceptional illustrations, relatable characters, and a school environment that children will recognize immediately.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781735245706
Publisher: Lasirena Books LLC
Publication date: 06/25/2020
Series: Bayside Bunch
Pages: 50
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.13(d)
Age Range: 7 - 11 Years

About the Author

Dr. Unseld Robinson, an educator, and author of the Bayside Bunch Series, creating children's books that promote kindness and diversity in the storylines. For the past 20 years, Dr. Robinson has been helping children learn about character development and positive relationships. Dr. Robinson includes relatable characters that children know and a school environment that they will recognize immediately.By building relatable characters and real-world scenarios, this series encourages reading and helps children assess their behavior through the eyes and ears of the characters. Dr. Robinson believes that children should have access to stories that feature characters like them, creating an inclusive world for them to read and learn within. In addition, relatable characters give children a better chance to connect with the message and learn from the story, helping them get the most from every book and providing them with a sense of belonging.The Bayside Bunch series specializes in urban children's stories that reflect modern America. We want children to see characters that look like themselves in the storyline, maybe for the first time, to celebrate who each child is, build their confidence, and show the beauty of diversity in all its forms.

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