Children and Young People Dave the Dog is worried about Coronavirus This book aims to open up the conversation about Coronavirus and some of the things children might be hearing.Author: Molly Watts What parents need to know about Coronavirus Highlights that the infections that make children really unwell are still going round. The main risks to children is delay in accessing healthcare when they are unwell. Author: Healthier Together There was a cough and then anotherPoetry is often an accessible way of communicating complex and abstract ideas to children.Poem by Ursula Dubasarsky Monkey WellbeingPosters, leaflets and activities. A range of fun and colorful posters available for your ward, classroom or department featuring Monkey. Including “Don’t worry about my clothing” and “Restricted Visitors” posters.AhHa Pub. Ltd Coronavirus the Facts The Coronavirus outbreak can be a scary time for kids. So we have created a handy short video to explain what it is and how it works.Alder Hey Children’s Hospital Trust Coronavirus Explained for ChildrenThe Coronavirus situation can be a challenging topic for children to understand. This animation covers what Coronavirus is and how you can help.Belfast Health and Social Care Trust Children’s Guide to Coronavirus “We’ve put this page together, not just to pass on official guidance, but to reflect your thoughts and questions that have been raised during the crisis.” Anne Longfield OBE Author: Children’s Commissioner Coronavirus a Book for ChildrenAxel Scheffler has illustrated a digital book for primary school age children, free for anyone to read on screen or print out. Authors: Elizabeth Jenner, Kate Wilson and Nina Roberts My hero is you! How kids can fight CoronavirusWith the help of a fantasy creature, Ario, “My Hero is You, How kids can fight COVID-19!” explains how children can protect themselves and their families. Author: WHO World Health Organisation GOSH information sheets GOSH has created these helpful COVID-19 FAQ information sheets for patients and families, with information specific to specialty areas. Translations in some languages are available.Author: Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust Coronavirus informationQuestions for those who may have concerns if their baby was born premature or sick.