Josh Gad is Reading Children’s Stories For Those Affected by the Coronavirus


Earlier we learned that Frozen II was coming to Disney+ three months earlier than expected and now Josh Gad, the voice of Olaf, is reading children’s books for families affected by Coronavirus quarantines and shutdowns.


I have to appreciate the “Samantha?’ hat.

To kick off his “little experiment” he read Olivia Goes to Venice, complete with character voices

He said that he was going to “try to provide at least 10 minutes of day care to you and your families a night while we are going through this unprecedented global event. I love you all. I’m hoping you’re all healthy and safe where ever you are, and hopefully I will see you all very soon.

It really is a sweet thing to do. I think kids would enjoy it!

So far he only has the one story up but you can find it, and hopefully more stories, on his Twitter account HERE.

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Source: Josh Gad Twitter

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