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Stories for the frontline

Two 12-year-old girls have written a book of short stories for children, ‘Stories for Kids in Lockdown’, published on Amazon in aid of NHS charities’ response to the pandemic, including the Royal Free Charity.

Ana Carolina Schraepler de Devise, who wrote the book, which is illustrated by her friend Francesca Crachilova, said: “Since the beginning of the lockdown I have been trying to think of ways I can help. Since I can’t leave home to help anyone directly, I decided to write a book with a few short stories which could entertain kids during these difficult weeks of pandemic.”

Francesca added: “I’m very excited to be part of this project as we are raising money for frontline health workers.”

Click here to buy the book from Amazon.

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