Rebel Wilson celebrates reading his children’s book in a Tanzanian classroom
Rebel Wilson celebrates reading his children’s book to a class of children in Tanzania – after donating $ 250,000 to St Jude’s school following Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? to earn
She released her first children’s book at the end of October and was a resounding success across Australia.
Now Rebel Wilson’s book Bella the Brave has found its way into a classroom at St Jude’s school in Tanzania, an East African country.
The Australian actress shared a heartwarming Instagram video of Bella the Brave read by a teacher to young students in her class.
Reach: Rebel Wilson celebrated her children’s book Bella the Brave read to schoolchildren in a Tanzanian classroom
“BELLA THE BRAVE has arrived at @schoolofstjude in Tanzania! Rebel, 41, captioned the post.
“Thank you to these talented young scholars and talented teachers for welcoming Bella into your school,” she said.
The clip shows the teacher reading the book in a classroom full of captivated children.
Warm: The Australian actress shared a video on Instagram of Bella the brave read by a teacher to students in her class
At one point, she shows the kids the page she’s on and asks them where the main character is.
The video then shows the children reading the book in different groups.
Rebel has a long association with St Jude and has been sponsoring students from the school since 2016.
Where’s Bella? At one point, the teacher shows the children the page it is on and asks them where the main character is.
The Pitch Perfect star donated $ 250,000 to the school after winning the US version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? in January.
In February, Rebel shared a video featuring graduates from St Jude who are now attending college.
The graduates thanked the actress for her donation, sponsorship and support over the years.
Money well spent! Rebellious wilson [pictured] proudly shared the achievements of the students she has sponsored since 2016, who have graduated and qualified for university in Tanzania
“Graduates from St Jude’s School in Tanzania… who are now going to college,” began his legend Rebel.
“I’m so proud of the 20 graduates who are now being funded to go to college using the $ 250,000 in cash prizes I just won on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? last month, ”she added.
Rebel then wished the students good luck, especially those she remembers meeting in the United States.
Glorious: “Graduates from St Jude’s School in Tanzania… who are now going to college,” she began her legend.
Rebel Bella the Brave’s book came out at the end of October and is her first foray into the world of literature.
The Bridesmaids star revealed in an interview with The Morning Show that the inspiration behind Bella the Brave came from her childhood memories in Australia.
“I kind of wanted to use stories from my real life that hopefully inspire and motivate young children around the world,” Rebel told Morning Show hosts Larry Emdur and Kylie Gillies.
“The first book is about overcoming shyness and tells a story in which my mother took me to a local community center to join the girl’s choir,” she recalls.
Inspiration: The Pitch Perfect star revealed in an interview that the inspiration behind Bella the Brave came from her childhood memories in Australia
Rebel says this experience took her into the world of the creative arts, which gave her the freedom to express herself and overcome her shyness.
The Isn’t It Romantic actress adds that the book is the first in a series that will draw on experiences from her childhood.
“It will be a series of books, but this is the first. They will be talking about different things, ”she confirmed before revealing that the next one will be on“ body positivity ”and the third on“ siblings ”.
It’s just the start: Comedic actress says Bella the Brave is the first in a series of planned books that will use her childhood experiences