New Coronavirus Book for Kids Addresses the Pandemic in Rhyme
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"The Appleby Family's Operation Cooperation" concludes with a secret ingredient

GREEN BAY, Wis. - WisconsinEagle -- First-time author Michelle Hatch faced a challenge shared by many parents during 2020 in trying to explain the pandemic to her two young daughters. The result is a feel-good story that captures the imagination through rhyme and eye-catching illustrations in The Appleby Family's Operation Cooperation: A Pandemic Parody (M&B Global Solutions Inc.)

The 32-page paperback picture book is ideal for young readers or as a read-along with adults. The story focuses on the Appleby family's two daughters and their quest to discover a magic potion that can cure the Ronamona Panickus virus. The book features colorful illustrations by Phil Putzer and lively verses such as:

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"Mom, what is Ronamona Panickus?"
The sisters asked. "This all seems so silly!
Isn't it just like Inbluenza?
What's the big Paccadilly?"

The Appleby Family's Operation Cooperation: A Pandemic Parody is available in digital and paperback formats on Amazon. The digital version is available as a free download through Wednesday, November 11, 2020. Your honest review is appreciated.

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About M&B Global Solutions Inc.

M&B Global Solutions offers author coaching and comprehensive book publishing services, including online and offline marketing, video production and website design. For more information about M&B Global Solutions, visit

Source: M&B Global Solutions, Inc.
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