The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released a coloring storybook about staying safe from COVID-19, titled Community Protectors: Children Help Communities Stay Safe from COVID-19. CDC, CDC foundation, and Oklahoma Tribal Engagement Partners created Community Protectors to educate children to stay safe and help protect their communities from the spread of COVID-19. Community Protectors is written by James Wallace (Choctaw Nation) and Patrick Polo (Bad River Band of Ojibwe). The original Eagle Books provided the illustrations to color. This 20-page coloring book follows the same characters of the Eagle Books and contains a lively story that conveys culturally relevant and science-based messages for Native children about preventing the spread of COVID-19. It was created for children age 5-10. A downloadable version of the coloring storybook is available here. There are also copies available for order.