Save With Stories is a new organization founded by Jennifer Garner and Amy Adams that gives parents a much-needed break and helps out children in need. 

The series features A-list celebrities reading children's books on the Instagram account Save With Stories, plus they ask for donations to foundations like Save The Children and No Kid Hungry to donate food and resources to children in need. Now parents can have a quick break while kids are home from school, and kids get entertained by their favorite celebrities. Meanwhile, this is all going toward a good cause. 

Celebs like Demi Lovato, Noah Centineo, Reese Witherspoon, and more agreed to read their favorite children's books.

Demi Lovato reads The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson

The singer picked out her favorite children's book and read to the kids in an Instagram video. While the videos are supposedly intended for kids at home away from school, there's absolutely no shame in watching your favorite artists read some classic books. "I’m a whole [redacted] 22 and I watched the entire thing," one person commented.

Jennifer Garner reads The Three Little Fish and the Big Bad Shark by Ken Geist

Garner partnered with pal Amy Adams to entertain kids and link up with organizations that support underprivileged children. As everyone fights the coronavirus and attempts to limit the spread, we are home alone and bored. Celebrities are also out of work or working from home, so now they're using their free time to do some good.

Amy Adams reads Dinosaur Princess by Aviana Olea Le Gallo

Viewers can donate by either going to the Save With Stories website or sending a one-time $10 text donation "SAVE" to 20222. Someone commented on Adams' story, "A beautiful story and so wonderful of you to share it at this challenging time."

Reese Witherspoon reads Uni The Unicorn by Amy Krouse Rosenthal

Book lover Reese Witherspoon definitely got in on the action. Witherspoon has her own book club where she recommends her own favorite books of the moment. However, children's books are a different genre than what she normally reads.

Noah Centineo reads Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin

Centineo showed off all of the pictures in this cheeky children's novel. The Netflix heartthrob was a perfect addition to the celeb lineup. Other stars include Jenna Ortega from You, Natalie 
Portman, Margot Robbie, Jimmy Fallon, who read his own children's book, and more.

Mrs. Kasha Davis reads his book Little Eddie P. Wants to be a Star

RuPaul's Drag Race competitor Mrs. Kasha Davis aka Edward Popil, who wrote the children's book based loosely on his own life experiences, read out loud his empowering story. Davis has been retweeting followers who are reading the book to their own kids.

Lupita Nyong'o reads Not Quite Narwhal by Jessie Sima

The actor read Not Quite Narwhal, a book about an underwater unicorn who was born into a family of narwhals. The heartwarming picture book is a perfect respite from the isolating quarantine.

Kerry Washington reads Mae Among the Stars by Roda Ahmed

Washington, who is starring in the new Hulu series Little Fires Everywhere, read an empowering children's book about a young girl who dreams of being an astronaut. It was inspired by the first black woman in space, Mae Jemison.

Constance Wu reads LMNO Peas by Keith Baker

The Crazy Rich Asians star read a short book that teaches about the alphabet. As parents are forced to homeschool young children, and kids are learning online, this is a perfect opportunity to listen to celebrities read classic books. Plus, it gives parents a few minutes break from looking after kids. Now if little ones want to read a book or play on an iPhone, they have the perfect account to go to.