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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Little Brother and Little Sister are excited to begin their virtual school and they are all ready to start. Since it is not the same as their regular school routine, Mommy helps them understand it. She tells them that the only difference between learning online is that they do their lessons from home and need not go to school. Mommy tells them that they need to sit on a comfortable chair just as they would sit in a physical classroom. They will also need a place where there is no distraction, the television has to be turned off, and their pets should be put in a separate room so that the children are not disturbed. She tells them they have to be on time so that the teacher knows they are responsible and can depend on them. She tells them it is better to arrive a bit early so that they can deal with any unexpected issues. Let's read the book to learn more about how Mommy prepares Little Brother and Little Sister for their online classes.
Attending Virtual School: A Book About Learning Online by Linh Nguyen-Ng is a delightful storybook that captures the current scenario of online classes in an engaging and entertaining way. The author demonstrates the concept using adorable illustrations and makes it an interesting book to read. This book will educate young readers who are just getting used to virtual school and will make learning fun and interactive. Attending Virtual School is good for all tutors and parents to use for storytelling and read-aloud sessions as it makes the concept of a virtual classroom interesting for young readers.