This Star Won’t Go Out: Esther Earl’s Story

nerdfighters rules Hello Fellow BookNerds!

Tomorrow is going to be a very special day in the world of literature, because a book is being published which I have a feeling is going to be one of the most touching, heart warming and inspirational books of the year.

In 2010, this world lost a very special, lovable and inspiring girl to cancer, and 4 years later, the story of her life is going to be told. Esther Grace Earl was only 16 years old when she died from thyroid cancer, 4 years after she had been diagnosed, and instead of spending those 4 years in despair, she spent them making memories and building a legacy which would live on long after she is gone. This Star Won’t Go Out is a foundation which was established in memory of Esther, dedicated to supporting families with children who have been diagnosed with terminal or life threatening cancers by offering them financial assistance. It is a non-profit foundation, which means that every single donation goes directly towards those who need it.

This Star Won't Go Out

 

“This Star Won’t Go Out: The Life and Words of Esther Grace Earl” is a collection of Esther’s writings, as well as essays and letters written by her friends and family in order to provide a well rounded picture of her life. John Green, internet vlogger and author of The Fault in Our Stars, wrote the introduction for this book, for it was Esther who had inspired him to write TFIOS, which is currently a #1 bestseller. Esther was also an active member of the Nerdfighter internet community, which was started by John Green and his brother Hank (link).

Esther’s book hits bookstores tomorrow – Tuesday January 28th – and is also available to order online.

Happy reading everyone!

Cheers,

BookNerd

 

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