This Children’s Illustration Ebook Focuses On 3-Year-Old Kid’s Thoughts During Coronavirus – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

This Children’s Illustration Ebook Focuses On 3-Year-Old Kid’s Thoughts During Coronavirus

According to Priya Susan: “I made this eBook to capture the emotions of my 3-year-old son Ephraim and many other kids who are missing the most beautiful phase of their childhood due to COVID-19. Also, this is my first attempt so please forgive my mistakes. Hope you like it, and happy reading!”

h/t: boredpanda

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