Cardiff university alumni, Gemma Clatworthy, author of The Girl who Lost her Listening Ears has released a new book in support of NHS Charities Together.
She carries on her theme of lockdown literature and has gathered over 100 responses from children about what they think of coronavirus, lockdown and how school is different now. All of the author proceeds from this book will be going to NHS Charities Together.
Gemma says: “I have really enjoyed putting this book together and reading all of the wonderful responses, which range from heartfelt to hilarious. We all have something to thank the NHS for, so I feel privileged to be able to support NHS Charities Together with this project.”
Ellie Orton, CEO of NHS Charities Together says: “It’s really affecting to read children’s responses to coronavirus in their own words, to see the impact this virus is having on their lives. We’re so grateful to Gemma for donating the proceeds from this book to support NHS staff, volunteers and patients as they battle the virus themselves.”
Released via amazon (now available for pre-order, general release November 2020)