I think this would be a great book for the kids. Follow your Muse, from NPR online…
‘Weird Al’s’ Advice: Follow Your Muse To ‘Grow Up’
by NPR Staff
February 27, 2011
“Weird Al” Yankovic has satirized Kurt Cobain in “Smells Like Nirvana,” where marbles fall out of the singer’s mouth (instead of intelligible lyrics), and done a scene-by-scene remake of Michael Jackson’s “Beat It,” called “Eat It,” but there’s one thing he had not created until now – a children’s book
When I Grow Up, by Al Yankovic (credited without the usual accompanying “Weird”) and illustrated by Wes Hargis, tells the story of Billy, an 8-year-old boy asked by his teacher what he wants to be when he grows up. Billy comes up with rather unique answers, and Yankovic read aloud one of Billy’s ideas to Liane Hansen on Weekend Edition Sunday:
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