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Jennifer Scordo

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A creative and crafty mom is using her skills to help kids and adults alike!

She’s taken popular children’s stories and reworked them in order to help kids learn about Covid-19 and to teach them some valuable lessons along the way.

Mom recreates popular children's book covers to help explain coronavirus to kids

A Manhattan mom has gotten creative when it comes to trying to explain coronavirus to her small children.Stefanie Trilling, who is a legal marketing attorney with no artistic training, began painting small lessons in the form of recreated children's book covers.Some of the creative titles include "Cloudy with a Chance of Panic Hoarding," "Llama Llama Hasn't Changed Pajamas" and "Green Eggs and Wash Your Hands.""I started painting cartoonified coronaviruses," Trilling told WPIX-TV.