Tumut teachers publish children's book, 'The World Caught a Germ', to explain pandemic

Jessica McLaughlin
Updated July 16 2020 - 10:09am, first published 10:00am
ABOVE AND BEYOND: Author of 'The World Caught a Germ', Hannah Goldspink, created her own resource to teach children about the COVID-19 pandemic. Picture: Contributed
ABOVE AND BEYOND: Author of 'The World Caught a Germ', Hannah Goldspink, created her own resource to teach children about the COVID-19 pandemic. Picture: Contributed

A PAIR of Riverina teachers have created a unique way to tell little ones about the ongoing pandemic and what it means.

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