Stuck at Home – Life During Coronavirus
Stuck at Home – Life During Coronavirus is a digital storybook, pairing watercolor and ink illustrations with short pieces of text. The project is intended for younger children who might not understand what is going on in the world. The sheer amount of information about COVID is incredibly daunting, even to adults. During my own conversations with younger family members, I have found it difficult to explain the current pandemic. I want to be honest, but I don’t want to scare them. By pairing short, readable captions with colorful illustrations, I aim to provide real and valuable information to a younger audience.
Stuck At Home – Life during Coronavirus
About the Author: Olivia is a sophomore at Trinity studying Political Science and has been involved with CHER through the Community Action Gateway and the Research Fellows Program. She enjoys painting in her free time.
Copyrighted by Olivia Zeiner-Morrish. Editorial assistance provided by Megan Faver Hartline. This work is part of the “Telling Our Covid Stories” project by the Center for Hartford Engagement and Research (CHER) at Trinity College.
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