Dad, Me, and the Pandemic is about Jalon, an eight year old boy, and his dad who are blindsided by the Pandemic while Jalon is visiting. His parents are divorced and remain friends. Jalon and his dad bond even more while learning about the pandemic and how to navigate through it - mask wearing, social distancing, and sheltering-in. They jog, lift weights, explore the neighborhood and entertain Beasley, dad's Pit Bull. Jalon's computer becomes his classroom as he, dad, and Beasley adjust to what dad calls a new normal.
Shelley M. Fisher, Ph.D. is an educator having been a teacher, principal, consultant, professor, minister, and a chaplain. Dr. Fisher enjoys helping children to develop their skills and to realize their talents and abilities. She has earned degrees from Indiana University, Purdue University and Regent University. She and her husband have two children and reside in Gary, Indiana. You can contact Shelley by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.