A young Owls supporter has produced a special book for this year’s BBC Children In Need appeal that features hundreds of messages from high profile celebrities to describe what makes them happy.
The book, ‘What Makes Me Happy’, produced by Owls fan Hanni Blaskey aged 13, is a compilation of messages from celebrities including Gary Lineker, Paul McCartney, Gary Barlow and Nicole Scherzinger!
Singer Paul Carrack, who is a massive Sheffield Wednesday fan, is featured saying ‘Lots of things make me happy, Sheffield Wednesday scoring a goal makes me behave like a complete idiot!”
Striker Stevie May has backed Hanni’s book and is encouraging fans to buy it to help raise funds for the national charity.
Hanni, who produced the book, said: “It’s fantastic to have the support from Sheffield Wednesday and Stevie May and I hope that many fans buy the book! The book is really different and it was great to find out what makes well-known people happy!
“I hope that the book raises a lot of money for Children In Need as it is a charity that does so much for young people.”
‘What Makes Me Happy’ is exclusively available in Sainsbury’s and now available to buy! £2 from the sale of each book will benefit the BBC Children in Need Appeal. The book is also available to buy from Ocado.