Louise Baxter with two Captain Starlights. Photo by George Gittany Photography A very long time ago, when I was under the age of three, I had to spend sometime in hospital for surgery. I can still recall the fear within me, and the sterility of the ward – vivid in my memory are stark brick walls and nothing friendly at all. The only thing I had back then for distraction was my Noddy Fuzzy Felt. Thankfully, for seriously ill and hospitalised children today, every paediatric hospital in Australia has a Starlight Express Room where our superheroes from Planet Starlight, known on Earth as Captain Starlights, are the catalyst for fun…
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