Wendi, a Therapy Dog handler and retired health care worker, read "Sebastian the Swamp Monster Starts a Band" to you and her therapy dog Womble. Womble and Wendi want you to try some new and creative things! Like starting a band, making new games to play or making up a new dance. Her friend Nicole Petroski wrote the book! Pictures of the book done by Ian Koturbash.
Womble le chien de thérapie lit la grande parade de la soupe. Un merci spécial à Nicole Petroski pour nous avoir permis d'utiliser son livre et à Ian Koturbash pour avoir pris de si belles photos de chaque page
Jane, a retired teacher and Therapy Dog handler, reads to you and Murphy her very own book - Murphy Mondays. Snuggling with our pets or a favorite stuffed toy can help us feel good and washing our hands properly and often can help us stay healthy during the pandemic.
Wendi, a Therapy Dog handler and retired health care worker, read 'The Great Soup Parade' to you and Therapy Dog Womble. Her friend Nicole Petroski wrote the book! Eating a variety of fruits and veggies is a great way to keep healthy during a pandemic, and especially if you get a little creative! If you stick around for the whole video you might even catch Womble munching on a few carrots!
Womble est ici pour lire une merveilleuse histoire sur un sandwich solitaire qui souhaite être complet. Un merci spécial à Nicole Petroski pour nous avoir permis d'utiliser son livre et à Ian Koturbash pour avoir pris de si belles photos de chaque page
Jeanette, a retired school Principal and Therapy Dog handler, reads "I Promise" to you and Almond. During this pandemic it is important to keep promises that we make to others.
Colleen, a Sociology Professor and Therapy Dog handler, reads 'Birthday Party Pandamonium' to you and Anna-Belle. It's important to keep regular routines as much as possible during this pandemic, including celebrating a birthday while physically distancing!
Darlene, a Social Work Professor and Therapy Dog handler, reads 'Click, Clack, Moo. Cows that Type' to you and Ruby. Using our imagination is a great way to feel good. If therapy dogs could type, they might say "click, clack, woof, we want everyone to stay safe during the pandemic, click clack woof'.