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Lil Nas X Is Releasing a Kids’s Ebook Titled ‘C Is for Nation’



On January 5 of subsequent yr you’ll purchase a kids’s e book authored by Lil Nas X.

That information was introduced by way of a tweet by which the person behind “Previous City Street” additionally revealed the identify of the e book. Appropriately it will be known as C Is for Nation, which can or is probably not a nod to Cookie Monster (you determine). “I am dropping the very best children e book of all time quickly!” he mentioned, maybe channeling his inner-Kanye. “I can not wait to share it with you all.” If that is one thing that you simply (or, extra seemingly a child you already know) would possibly need, pre-ordering is already an possibility:

In line with Selection, the plot will revolve round Lil Nas X and his steed, Panini. It is going to train kids their ABC’s by lining up every letter with a country-themed object. 

“A is for journey. Day-after-day is a brand-new begin!,” says an excerpt from the e book’s web site that illustrates what I simply wrote about in addition to I might’ve hoped. “B is for boots—whether or not they’re large or small, quick or tall. And C is for nation.”

The e book’s announcement provides that “surprises can even be hidden inside the pages for the artist’s followers to seek out.”

Artwork for the e book might be achieved by Theodore Taylor III.

Lil Nas X has achieved a reasonably good job of laying low since successful a pair of Grammys in January (although laying low is not tremendous uncommon for public figures throughout a pandemic). His present pinned tweet reveals him lip-synching to an unreleased tune with the caption “CALL ME BY YOUR NAME.” And in addition his Twitter bio says “ALBUM 98% DONE.” 



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