This beautifully illustrated book for young readers looks at the shared experiences of housebound children from around the world during the coronavirus pandemic. Inspired by true events and people, From My Window shows the importance of spreading kindness and support to others and working together to overcome challenging situations. Written from the perspective of children who observe the world through their windows, this book for young readers looks at the lives of housebound children during the coronavirus pandemic. Inspired by true events and people from around the world, "From My Window" shows children that we all have the same fears, and that we can overcome them by being creative and empathetic, and by staying positive and healthy. We will face other challenging situations in the future, and this book shows us that there are opportunities every day to love, learn, create and connect, no matter the circumstances. The e-book for this publication has been converted into an accessible format for the visually impaired and people with print reading disabilities. It is fully compatible with leading screen-reader technologies such as JAWS and NVDA.
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