Former First Lady, Michelle Obama, will be on PBS kids Facebook page and YouTube channel to read a children's book titled The Gruffalo. The children book was written by Axel Scheffler. Her video series will be seven-minutes long and it will be on Monday morning. The series will online on a weekly basis.
Mrs. Obama tweeted, "I can't wait to share the magic of storytelling with kids everywhere by reading a beloved children's book every Monday with @PBSKIDS and @Penguinrandom."
Mrs. Obama's tweet has since garnered more than 30,000 likes, and many adult social media users have expressed interest in hearing Obama read.
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Extra resource will be included in order for parents to make finger puppets to act out the book's characters with their kids if they choose to do so.
As for the coronavirus pandemic, Obama has been trying to keep sane with her family while at home. She had stated that she and her husband had a bit of Netflix and chilling as well. she went further by saying, his current time is a "good exercise in reminding us that we just don't need a lot of this stuff that we have. When times are bad, having each other, having your health, we can do with a lot less, and that's an important lesson I want my kids to understand: Be grateful for what you have and be ready to share it when the time comes."
Source material: ew.com
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