Launching a children's picture book titled, The Little Boy Who Wouldn't Eat Cheesecake, this summer, and my wonderful illustrator, Katherine Carver, surprised me with lots of redheads throughout the book! Thought I would start sharing the news about this book release since May 26th is World Redhead Day.
While the book is not about redheads or their unique issues, it's fun to see that many redheads featured in a children's picture book. Rarely do I see so many redheads in one place. As I look through Katherine's beautiful artwork, I have conservatively counted up to fourteen redheads, but there are some strawberry tints in there as well, so maybe you will find more. It's kind of like a cross between Where's Waldo and the Real Redheads of Chattanooga. Laughing because this reminds me of the time my friend, Laura, and I had this huge debate. We had just finished watching Disney's classic Cinderella, and I argued that Cinderella's hair looked reddish during certain scenes and that maybe she was a strawberry blonde. Laura totally disagreed, and if I were to call her right now, we would comically go back and forth on the hair color issue.
Official Pub date will be July 2nd in honor of my grandfather, M.G. Walker, Jr., who fought during World War II, the era in which the story takes place. The ebook will be available Monday, June 15th, and if you enjoy reviewing children's books, leave me a comment below or send me an email.
Also, feel free to vote on Cinderella's hair color.
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