Chris Evans and other celebrities read children’s stories during quarantine

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Chris Evans continues to prove himself a hero in real life, having recently joined the Save With Stories movement by reading children’s stories for children in quarantine.

But Evans is not the only celebrity who has told stories for the little ones in the house; Celebrities like Kelly Clarkson, Jimmy Fallon, Jennifer Garner, Elizabeth Olsen, and Amy Adams have also joined the movement.

The objective of this initiative is not only to spend a moment between fascinating books and stories but to raise funds for the food and studies of low-income and vulnerable children in quarantine, through the Save The Children foundations and No Kid Hungry.

Chris Evans is our hero!

The actor was in charge of reading If you give a donut to a dog, by Laura Numeroff and illustrated by Felicia Bond. In addition, he took the opportunity to request help from other organizations:

30 Million children depend on school for food. Responding to the needs of children during these school closings, Save The Children and No Kid Hungry receive support from food banks, mobile food trucks, and community feeding programs with funds to do what they do best, and also with educational toys, books, and worksheets to make sure brains and stomachs are full.

Jake Gyllenhaal contributed his bit

Where do the balloons go? By Jamie Lee Curtis and illustrated by Laura Cornell, is the book with which the actor made the children spend a pleasant afternoon.

Elizabeth Olsen proved to be a heroine

The actress read Adrian Simcox does NOT have a horse, by Marcy Campbell and Corinna Luyken. Her narration made parents and children happy.

Eddie Redmayne brought the magic

Eddie moved away from the magical world for a few moments, and through Instagram, he narrated the tale Zog, by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, proving that magicians and Muggles will always be united.