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Genius Mom Creates Quarantine Parody Of Classic Kids Book

While some people are binge-watching television shows and devoting hours to baking fresh sourdough loaves, other people are turning to their creative outlets during quarantine. People have a lot more time to devote to everything from making masks and music, designing their own clothes, and creating stunning works of visual art. Other crafty individuals, such as writer and illustrator Steph Plant, are using their skills to bring some much-needed humor into the world.

While reading the classic Richard Scarry book What Do People Do All Day?  to her son, Plant found herself wondering the same about the thousands of people who have been unable to leave their homes. While her child napped, she began using Photoshop to create a "Quarantine edition" of the adorable animal-filled book. It's a pretty simple premise, but achingly relatable. And extremely entertaining.

Funny quarantine parody of Richard Scarry's what do people do all day by steph plant | Richard Scarry's DO PEOPLE DO ALL DAY? Quarantine Edition POST OFFICE Getting intoxicated
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