Nathan Skyes and The Vamps are both undoubtedly incredibly talented artists, and now their talents have expanded into writing short stories to help children who are unfortunately suffering from cancer.
Nathan and The Vamps are two of the many celebrities who are all writing short stories and poems for a book being released by Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens, and Nathan also has a very personal reason as to why he is getting involved. He said that his little cousin’s battle with cancer was actually an inspiration to write the children’s story in order to raise funds to fight against this cruel disease.
The book, which is aimed at children aged 7 to 11, is being released for World Book Day which is the 2nd March. The Little Book of Big Heroes is available now to download from the Cancer Research UK website, and all they are asking for is a small donation from you guys which will go so far in helping people. Every day, around 11 young people in the UK alone are diagnosed with cancer, which is a shocking statistic to hear. All the money from The Little Book of Big Heroes will be used to help these children, support their families and for future research.
If you fancy having a read of The Little Book of Big Heroes you can donate and download it here. Stories have been contributed by actresses Charlotte Ritchie, Fay Ripley and Hermione Norris, actors David Harewood and Matthew Wolfenden, artists The Vamps and Nathan Sykes, and author Sarah Turner.
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