Fulton Books author Claudia Londono, an elementary school teacher who has worked with children for over 25 years since graduating with a degree in child development, has completed her most recent book "Pandemic Popsicles: Enseñanzas de la Pandemia": a delightful bilingual tale following young children who are promised ice-pops if they play a game and open their minds up to learning a valuable lesson.
The story begins with Julian and his friends as they play outside in the summer sun, with the dangers of the Covid-19 pandemic far behind them. When his mother brings out ice-pops for the children to enjoy, she instructs them all to state something they learned during the pandemic before they can enjoy their snacks, encouraging them to realize the good things that sprouted from a scary and rough time.
Published by Fulton Books, Claudia Londono's book is written in both Spanish and English allowing the chance for young readers who use one of these languages to practice the other as they follow along through the story. Full of vibrant and colorful artwork that helps to illustrate Londono's message, readers of all ages will find excitement and fun as they follow along with Julian and his friends in their game to eat their ice-pops and learn something new.
Readers who wish to experience this uplifting work can purchase "Pandemic Popsicles: Enseñanzas de la Pandemia" at select bookstores, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.
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Original Source: Claudia Londono's New Book 'Pandemic Popsicles: Enseñanzas de la Pandemia' explores the important message that even in difficult times there are lessons to be learned