92-year-old Margaret Seaman's knitted creations have raised thousands of pounds for charity.
When Nightingale hospitals were being built during lockdown - Margaret was making her own "Knittingale" hospital in wool.
And her latest creation - a stitched Sandringham - has been given the royal seal of approval - now on display in the ballroom at Sandringham House.
12-year-old Imogen Papworth-Heidel from Cambridge used her feet to fundraise instead.
She set herself the challenge of reaching 7.1 million keepy-uppies - one for every UK key worker.
She did more than a million herself and hundreds of others joined in to reach the target.
With an introduction from Captain Sir Tom Moore's daughter, Hannah Ingram-Moore, and full illustrations by Adam Larkum, the stories have been curated by Danielle Brown (MBE) a double Paralympian gold medallist, children's author and inspirational speaker for young people.
With Captain Sir Tom's blessing, 'One Hundred Reasons to Hope' continues his message of hope for generations to come.
The book is published on September 16th by Puffin, and £1 form each hardback sale in the UK and Ireland will be donated to The Captain Tom Foundation.