Blog Tour stop for this fun and informative children's book to help young ones understand Coronavirus.
" A friendly approach to open discussions around Coronavirus with young children.
When Ben meets Bug at the swing park, they instantly become the best of friends. But when everyone around them gets sick, Ben wonders about the identity of his new playmate.
Ben and the Bug is written for families looking for a friendly approach to discussions around Coronavirus.
We have read and reviewed a few of this authors children books and they have all been a huge hit in this household!
I think that this is the perfect book to have at home or in a school or nursery to help parents and teachers alike open the narrative around Coronavirus in a safe, informative and interesting light.
May young children are overwhelmed in this strange and difficult time and us parents have few answers as this is the first time may of these events have ever happened, this story helps deliver the message of symptoms and keeping each other safe in a way that young children can relate too.
lovely rhyming words with some engaging and colourful illustrations which make the book that more exciting.
A must buy for any household or learning setting or it would make the perfect gift.
Natalie Reeves Billing is a Liverpool lass with a dark sense of humour, which often spills onto the page. She loves to write spooky, fantastical stories for young audiences, and dabbles in poetry, contemporary fiction.
Natalie spent most of her early career in the music industry as a performer and professional songwriter. This lead, almost inevitably, to storytelling. Natalie is an Arvon Foundation friend and is a student of the Golden Egg Academy.
She is mentored under the Lloyds Bank SSE program, with her Bubs Literacy project.
She is published in several anthologies with her poetry and flash fiction, including the Writing on the Wall, Read Now, Write Now, and is involved in several collaborations with fellow writers across poetry, song, and scriptwriting.
Her new book, My Mummy is a Monster (part of the Monstrous Me collection) will be available in March 2020 and Carry Love in June 2020
Connect with Natalie on Twitter @BillingReeves.
Thank you to the Publisher and Author for sending me an Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) of this novel and for the opportunity to review these works.
All reviews are my own unbiased opinion.