Britney Moore's New Book 'My Family and COVID-19' Uses the Pandemic as a Springboard to Teach Young Children the Importance of Understanding and Expressing Their Feelings

Fulton Books author Britney Moore holds a Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education and has spent the last 15 years engaging, educating, and understanding young children. Moore has completed her most recent book "My Family and COVID-19" and is eager to share it with the world. 

Moore wrote this book as a resource for teachers, parents, and caregivers to use, while in conversations with young children about feelings. The book discusses how COVID-19 caused changes to the way we live and how those changes may have been making people feel. The book also teaches about feelings by describing what it's like to experience them. Along with visuals that help to communicate Moore's descriptions, she offers five important tips for adults to note when trying to reach young children. "Early childhood is a critical time for children to learn the social-emotional skills they will use throughout their lifetime. Speaking with children about their emotions is how these skills develop. This book will serve as a great contribution to that conversation. Enjoy!" writes Moore.

Readers who wish to experience this poignant work can purchase "My Family and COVID-19" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble. 

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Source: Fulton Books