Q for Quarantine Children's Book
Q for Quarantine Children's Book
Q for Quarantine Children's Book
Q for Quarantine Children's Book
Q for Quarantine Children's Book
Q for Quarantine Children's Book
Q for Quarantine Children's Book
Gita and Milo

Q for Quarantine Children's Book

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Q is for Quarantine is an A-Z kid's book (3-8 years old) to help parents explain what's happening, one letter at a time. 100% of profits will help frontliners and families affected by the pandemic.

Your support will bring joy to our team and many kids, parents, and frontliners. Here are the rewards you can choose from, depending on the amount pledged:


1) P1,300 (£22 / US$29) - the hardbound book Q is for Quarantine

2) P500 (£9 / US$12) - an e-book version of Q is for Quarantine

3) P150 (£2.5 / US$4)- a (socially distant) high five and a thank you e-card!

For orders outside of the Philippines: we will be in touch for shipping updates.

This project is spearheaded by new mum Gita Luz, who was inspired to capture the pandemic’s lessons and stories for her baby Milo. Good job mama! Facebook Live Interview with Gita and Milo hereFollow the project on Instagram and Facebook.

Our payment options include Mastercard/Visa/JCB through any debit/credit card, and a wide range of Philippines Local Bank accounts you can choose from when you checkout.
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11/12/2020
Anne R.
Philippines Philippines
Relevant as well as fun books for kids

My daughter loves reading the book, Q for Quarantine. She enjoys learning the new words she sees in the book and it is also relevant to what is happening to the world today. She also loves looking at the illustrations. The book is a good souvenir and reminder of this time when the time comes that coronavirus is not an everyday issue in our lives anymore.

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11/12/2020
Hanna M.
Canada Canada
A ray of sunshine in 2020

How do you explain the craziness of 2020 to a small child? With this wonderfully written, beautifully illustrated book! Not only is the story behind itand the cause it supports, incredibly heartwarming, but it was something my son could grasp that helped answer the daily questions he has about why we can’t see his cousins, hug friends, and wear masks when we go out.