Outstanding Book Review for Socially Distanced: A Keepsake Journal
Check out this excellent book review below of Socially Distanced: A Keepsake Journal in the Midwest Book Review!
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August 2020 - Midwest Book Review:
Socially Distanced: A Keepsake Journal
9780980198898, $9.95, 32pp, www.sociallydistancedjournal.
Synopsis: The Covid-19 pandemic is affecting every family and every child in America today. That's why Robert Stern has created a DIY journal in which children ages 12 and up can help themselves to cope with all of what that means.
Along with providing a cogent and thoroughly 'kid friendly' basic explanation of the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as a personalized record of their experiences as the Coronavirus based epidemic impacts their families, their schools, and their communities, "Socially Distanced: A Keepsake Journal" created by Robert Stern is where children (and their parents) can record such issues and questions as to: What provisions did they stock up on during the COVID-19 quarantine? What changes have they made to their daily life? Whom are they most concerned for during this pandemic? And so much more!
"Socially Distanced: A Keepsake Journal", is accurately described by Stern as a unique journal of fun verse -- and one that is charmingly enhanced for children with numerous humorous illustrations by artist/illustrator Mark Hill.
One special and interesting background note is that it was when Stern found himself quarantined in his Henderson, Nevada, home with his fishing trip canceled because of the Covid-19 pandemic that he decided to share his rhyming ways and produced a slender book that he and others could use to record their memories during this historic time.
Critique: An incredibly timely and unreservedly recommended publication that is impressively 'kid friendly' in organization and presentation, "Socially Distanced: A Keepsake Journal" will prove to be a welcome, entertaining, and constructively useful DIY journal entry style publication for use by anyone ages 12 and older who are having to deal with the restrictions, concerns, and impact of the present pandemic upon themselves, their family members, their friends, and their communities.
Margaret Lane, Reviewer