Children’s Book Includes Illustrations by St. Peter’s Graduate
Nine months after submitting four sketches to her agent in the U.K. in regard to a new children's book being prepared, artist Kathryn Durst of Peterborough and Toronto received exciting news.
Paul McCartney, the Sir Paul McCartney, one of the creative geniuses of the Beatles, now in his 77th year, had composed a story for kids, and after looking at her work, had invited Kathryn to illustrate it.
He has eight grandchildren whom he refers to as "chillers," and they call him "Grandude."
His book was to be called "Hey Grandude!" It's a fantasy about four children, bored at home on a rainy day, who are saved by their grandfather, who presents postcards illustrating faraway adventures. The cards, along with a compass, have the magical power to whisk the kids away to these places and immerse them in dangerous happenings.
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