An informative rhyming Children's Story
Join this adorable family of Bears as they wake up from their winter hibernation to a world reeling from a new virus. They have to work together to adapt to a world of quarantine and limits. Let this loving family of bears demonstrate what is hard to tell your children with words.
"This can't last forever!"
"The Quarantine Bears's realistic yet friendly tone makes it the perfect item of choice to help the very young adapt to new realities. "This can't last forever" is one of the messages in a lively story that does a terrific job of pointing out new realities and how to live a good life under them." ~ Diane Donovan
About The Book
Inspired by 2020's Coronavirus Pandemic, "The Quarantine Bears," is an informative, rhyming Children's Story. Join this adorable family of Bears as they wake up from their winter hibernation to a world reeling from a new virus. They have to work together to adapt to a world of quarantine and limits. Let this loving family of bears demonstrate what is hard to tell your children with words. The bears go through what we all are going through during COVID-19, and come together to make the best out of the situation from home. This book is an excellent way for families to explain to their little ones what is going on in today's world, and to help them stay safe, healthy, and clean.
Jay Sutherland was born in Norton, Ma and currently lives with his wife and co-author Megan Sutherland of Des Moines, IA. They are married actors in California by the names of Jay Preston & Megan Hensley. While never setting out to write kid's books, the boredom of Quarantine got the better of them. They share a love for puns, coffee, wine and adventure. They are both actors in film and voiceover industry and the ability to record voiceover from home has been a blessing during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. To learn more about them visit their "punny" website www.TheBoothOfUs.com
A Big Bear Hug Thank you to..
Mike D • Debbie T • Nana & Papa • Bambi C • Mike S • A.J. • Benjamin K • Kelly H • Joe S • Jarl W • Doug M • Austin R • Erin R • Lisa C • Darit B • Sharon D • Sarah D • Sabrina B • Cindy H • Heather G • Miss Mindy • Marie W • Mama G • Beldean C • Kevin K • Lori • Jonathan R • Patrick M • Lisa H • Tim F • Lana B • Tamara G • Bill T • Lauren R • Michelle • Jo Ann G • Missy • Myranda S • Patty R • Christine Q • Cheryl B • Jane T • Holly D • Chris U • Tessa M • Wendy T • Kari D • Leslie A A A • Emily F • Will C • Gina D • Steve B • Michelle N • Kimberly B • Anita P • Gabe H • Susan H • Madison E • Melissa S• Kellie O • Amanda S • Amanda D • Tracie G • Laura H • Lynne M • Hannah C • Anthony P • Drew M • Ryan S • Merle C • Kimber G • Robert W • Kimberly W • Ana V • Stacey S • Christine G • Dennis G • Dustin V • Joe H • Matt P • Amy K • Melanie D • Sherry C • E Q • And Thank You Thank You Thank You
to our Illustrators at Deveo Studio's!
"This book would be perfect as a read aloud, especially for younger kiddos since there is a lot of fun rhyming." ~ Sierra Dertinger
It seams there's a big debate out there in the interwebs about the spelling of Quarantine. Thanks to our good friends Merriam-Webster, let's try and set the record;
History and Etymology for quarantine
The first recorded use of the spelling of "Quarantine" was in 1617.
partly modification of French quarantaine, from Old French, from quarante forty, from Latin quadraginta, from quadra- (akin to quattuor four) + -ginta (akin to vigintitwenty); partly modification of Italian quarantena quarantine of a ship, from quarantaforty, from Latin quadraginta