A ten-year-old girl fought cancer and meanwhile wrote a fantasy adventure book. Isabella Lyttle said she never felt great while she was getting her treatment done so she spent all her time on the laptop while getting treated and wrote her book.
Isabella had neuroblastoma, a type of cancer that develops mostly in young children and babies. She has had three successful treatments and is receiving her fourth and last treatment for which the father humbly asked for donations. He said “If anyone can donate anything, every £1 matters.”
Isabella Lyttle’s book, The Secret Adventure of the Fantasy Friends, is about how a group of friends try to make another person nicer and better.