Community in a time of coronavirus: The all-digital April issue of Seattle's Child
We normally print and distribute thousands of copies of Seattle's Child each month, full of interesting articles, ideas and things to do.
However, with no one able to go pick them up at libraries, community centers and doctor's offices, we have taken our April edition 100% online. (Publisher Ann Bergman talks more about the decision in this note.)
It's still full of the content you've come to rely on, and you can peruse the lovely photos and beautifully designed pages by going to the digital edition here.
Or, click on the links below for the individual articles that interest you. (And don't forget to use our Family Event Calendar, fully dedicated to the virtual ways we are connecting and learning these days.)
Stay safe, healthy and connected, everyone!
-- The Seattle's Child team
APRIL IN SEATTLE'S CHILD:
Cover story: Finding community during a time of forced isolation
Dad Next Door: Stay safe, stay home, be kind: We'll get through this
One Day at a Time: A note from Publisher Ann Bergman
Help us continue to be there for you: How to subscribe to Seattle's Child