During this pandemic scare, most of us have been quarantined inside of our homes. Parents have had to switch to homes-schooling; trying to figure how to keep their children entertained while also continuing their education. For these parents, one thing I suggest is giving your teens some manga to read. Rooted in Japanese culture, manga…
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