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Rainbows in Windows
A children's book about sheltering in place
Rainbows in Windows follows the story of a young boy named Amos, sheltering at home with his mother. It's a story about big imaginations during a pandemic. It's a story about loneliness and solidarity. It's also a story about the power of community.
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In response to the extraordinary spread of COVID-19 A Kids Book About created a free eBook as a resource to help kids and grownups everywhere learn more about COVID-19.

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Portland Business Journal
For parents struggling with how to talk about coronavirus to their children or any other adult looking for the words to talk about what is going on with young ones, the team at A Kids Book About released a free book to help.
As families hunker down, shelter in place, and try not to lose their collective minds, a new - and totally free - children's book is here to help. The specialty publisher A Kids Book About has just released a new title, A Kids Book About COVID-19 written by social epidemiologist Malia Jones.
Portland Monthly
"Hi, my name is Malia, and I'm a Social Epidemiologist. Not to be confused with a friendly hippopotamus." So reads the first page of a new book from Portland publishers A Kids Book About, but this one is a little different than its previous releases: It was produced in a matter of days, and is being released online, in e-book form only, and for free.
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The Polaris-Away is a kids book that makes it fun to talk about adoption. My wife and wrote and illustrated this in the middle of our adoption process because we wanted to share the wonder of it and not just nuts and bolts. Hope you enjoy!

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