Emerging from quarantine as authors of a children’s book about Covid-19, Ridgefielders Amy Agoglia MD and her daughter Becca Cohen share their story, “Walls of Protection: Roxy Learns About the Covid-19 Pandemic.”
The idea of writing a book was sparked by a contest they decided to join on a whim. The thought of a mother-daughter project during stay-at-home orders tempted the pair, even though they are completely new to the world of publishing and illustration.
Their book centers around a young girl named Roxy who learns about Covid-19 from her mom and… her magical Teddybear!
Becca is a college student at Emory University and skillfully juggled her freshman year finals while writing the book. Amy, a practicing pediatrician in Ridgefield and Wilton, continues to care for her patients while educating them on the latest coronavirus information.
You can purchase “Walls of Protection: Roxy Learns About the Covid-19 Pandemic” at these stores in Ridgefield:
Books on the Common
Deborah Ann’s Sweet Shoppe
Profits from your purchase will go to three local charities. Please join our effort to raise money and awareness for these dedicated organizations!
Families Network of Western Connecticut
Women’s Center of Greater Danbury
Ridgefield ABC. A Better Chance.