This 5-year-old wrote a book to help kids battle the stress of the coronavirus pandemic

A 5-year-old from Georgia wrote a book to inspire kids to stay positive during the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic.

When the Covid-19 pandemic began, preschooler Wade Williams had a lot of questions. But his biggest ask was how he could help.
It all started by him saying ‘Dad I really want to help. I really want to help people,” 윌리엄스가 말했다’ father Joshua Williams.
With help from his father, Williams published a children’s book titled Wade Through the Pandemic to encourage kids to keep a winning mindset despite the impact of the pandemic on their lives.

    The book chronicles the of highs and lows of Wade’s life during the pandemicfrom not being able to go school or play with friends, his grandmother becoming terribly ill with the virus, and the birth of his baby sister.
    That was our sole purpose of writing this book,” 윌리엄스가 말했다’ 아버지. “Just to let other children know, we know that this is a tough time.
    We’re not sugarcoating that everything is perfect. Everything is not perfect. But it will be okay.
    Writing the book served as way for Williams to process the big changes in his life mentally and emotionally due to the pandemic while also sharing his story to create hope for others, 윌리엄스가 말했다’ 아버지.
      The book was published on October 2 and is currently listed in the 상단 100 in Children’s New Baby Books on Amazon Best Sellers.
      Williamsfather says he hopes children who read the book will take away a sense of resiliency.

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