Mark Hamill a.k.a. Star War‘s Luke Skywalker, wants everyone to mask up — kids included.
Hamill, who is no stranger to speaking out, is doing his part when it comes to spreading awareness on COVID-19 and masking up.
His narration of “Will You Wear A Mask? I Ask,” in a Dr. Seuss-style picture book is written and illustrated by Tom Ruegger.
The book follows two beings on opposite sides of the mask debate — with one who believes the pandemic is a hoax and the other, citing the necessity of wearing a face covering.
The story also encourages social distancing and the washing of hands.
And while the clip is seemingly fun and humorous — all the proceeds will benefit the World Central Kitchen.
WCK is working across the nation to safely distribute individually packaged, fresh meals in communities that need support — including children and families as well as seniors who can not go outside.
Watch the full video below!
With a background in the creative and educational fields, Amelia Finefrock is freelance writer, singer-songwriter and nanny based in Chicago.
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