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Mia’s Mask

  by monica L. Woodard

A Children’s Story

Mia’s Mask Is Available Online !


The Story

Mia’s Mask is a rhyming story about a young girl adjusting to wearing a face mask. Mia started wearing a mask due to the global pandemic, COVID-19. She had to learn to wear it properly and there is no in-between. Where does she go? What does she do? No matter what, she wears her mask for her safety and for your protection too!

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Mia’s Mask on “get Uplifted”!

Mia’s Mask Featured on “Get Uplifted” with Allison Seymour April 28, 2021!

Mia’s Mask and author Monica Woodard were highlighted on the April 28, 2021 “Get Uplifted” segment of the WUSA Channel 9 morning show with Allison Seymour. Watch the video below and click here to visit the “Get Uplifted” blog!

Mia’s Mask on “Kristen’s Kudos”!

Mia’s Mask Featured April 29, 2021 on “Kristen’s Kudos” with Kristen Berset-Harris!

Kristen Berset-Harris featured Mia’s Mask and author Monica Woodard on the the “Kristen’s Kudos” segment of the WUSA Channel 9 afternoon news broadcast. Watch the video below!

Mia’s Mask on 7 News at 4!

Mia’s Mask Featured on Channel 7 News at 4 with Alison Starling on May 19, 2021! 

Alison Starling of WJLA Channel 7 highlights Dr. Lewis B. Ferebee, Chancellor of D.C. Public Schools, reading Mia’s Mask aloud to students. Click below to watch the video!

“Delightfully written and beautifully illustrated, this lovely story is a whimsical and entertaining way to teach social responsibility to young minds.”

– Janice G.


Monica L. Woodard is a Clinical Social Worker in the Washington, D.C area. She attended Howard University where she received both her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and her Master of Social Work (MSW) degree. Monica believes in supporting community service and social justice activities. She enjoys listening to live music, trying new recipes, and spending time with her family and friends.


Abira Das was born in India in 1989.  She completed her graduation in Animation and Multimedia from St. Xavier’s College in Kolkata. She soon realized that she enjoyed illustrating children’s books and giving life to a vision and has been focused in this direction since.

“I would like to thank God for the opportunity to share this story. I genuinely believe that there is so much power in books. I would also like to thank my parents for their unconditional love, support, and encouragement. I am blessed with a wonderful extended family and awesome friends. I love, value, and appreciate you all!”

-Monica L. Woodard

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– Monica L. Woodard