This Modern Take on Goodnight Moon Is Meant to Help Kids Navigate the Pandemic

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There's no such thing as having too many resources to explain to kids what's going on in the world right now. After seeing her two children become unnerved by the changes taking place around them, Lindsay Rechler riffed on the classic children's book Goodnight Moon to create a pandemic-specific story called Good Morning Zoom ($10).

"This modern twist expresses the emotions young children might be feeling during the global pandemic," reads a press release. "Their reality has become isolating with their parents, many of whom are still working from home, and seeing friends and loved ones only through the barrier of a screen. This lyrical portrayal of life during the Coronavirus gives voice and hope to our youngest who are replacing school and hugs with technology."

Lindsay has opted to donate all the profits from the book to three charity organizations: No Kid Hungry, Strive, and Project C.U.R.E. Interested in getting the kiddo in your life a copy? You can purchase one here.