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This is a sweet book, written in a time when so many people and kids are going through a tough time caused by this, “Crummy, Crazy Coronavirus”! It is written with ideas of a child’s perspective and I believe it may help other children realize that they are not alone in their loneliness during this pandemic and also offers creative ways to become engaged in the bright sides of life! Beautiful illustrations, sweet story, thoughtful author. -Amazon Review
Crummy Crazy Coronavirus No Pal Days tells a story of two girls’ passage from discontent to fulfilment. Patricia and Grace are thrilled when a duck appears at their front door. They now have a suitable COVID-19 friend, but they soon learn that even a duck’s friendship is challenging during a pandemic.
The many thought-provoking events in this book stimulate the imagination, not only for children, but adults as well. Crummy Crazy Coronavirus No Pal Days addresses today’s transition into a new reality and offers a blueprint for tomorrow. If you are a believer in perseverance and personal growth this book inspires both.
Crummy Crazy Coronavirus No Pal Days is a historical read for children. It will touch their lives today and will touch their lives tomorrow. This book will assist and inspire today’s children to share their COVID -19 experience with their children and grandchildren.
About the Author
Mary Anne McMahon was born and raised in Detroit. She highlighted her twentieth century experience growing up in the Motor City during the height of the automotive industry in her book, The Motor City and Me: Our Story. In the late 1970’s McMahon moved from Detroit to Houston, Texas. She has always had an affinity for children. She was an elementary teacher for 28 years and later owned and operated a puppet performing business. Now a grandmother of elementary students she has fulfilled her dream of writing a children’s book, Crummy Crazy Coronavirus No Pal Days.
You can find Mary Anne on her website: marymcmahonauthor.com