Four California high school students created a coloring book to help kids better understand the novel coronavirus.
only expected to sell 25 books, to friends and family.
To their surprise, the girls sold about 500 copies and raised
over $1,000 for charity in the first month.
The four teens at Long Beach Polytechnic High, 15-year-old freshmen Lauryn Hong,
Ella Matlock, Sofia Migliazza and Erin Rogers, created a business plan
for a coronavirus-themed coloring book as a capstone project
in their economics class.
Teachers encouraged the girls to turn the assignment into a reality,
and use it to contribute to the fight against COVID-19.
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