Student workbooks are flying off bookstore shelves in response to the emergency school closures requested by the government to slow down the coronavirus outbreak.
Parents say they are buying the workbooks, which typically contain practice problems and other learning-related content, as homework for their children so they don’t fall behind in their schoolwork and to help keep them occupied.
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