Blue Bell 7th grader publishes book on growing up during the quarantine. Buy from 9 am to noon on March 8th to help her become a best selling author

Alexa Bowers, a Blue Bell resident and Wissahickon Middle School seventh-grader, has written a book about the pandemic quarantine from the perspective of the kids who have grown up during these unique and unprecedented times. The book is titled Quarantine: What People Can Learn From the Craziest Year Ever and can be read by children alone or with a parent.

On Tuesday, March 8th between 9:00 a.m. and noon, Alexa asks that those interested in the book buy the .99 cent Kindle version, that can help Alexa become a best-selling author. The purchase needs to be between these hours.

The Kindle version can be read via the Kindle App or a Kindle device (you do not actually need Kindle).

Alexa’s family will match all profits from the sales and donate the funds to go towards supporting efforts to help families in Ukraine. A family friend is currently helping house displaced families and the money will go to help them.

You can make the purchase here.