As I mentioned in a previous blog post, I wrote The Gremlins Little Golden Book, which came out TODAY from Penguin Random House.
It’s an adaptation of the iconic 1984 film Gremlins, written as a Little Golden Book for very young readers. I think the book really turned out well and I’m very proud of it.
The Gremlins Little Golden Book was illustrated by Meg Dunn *, who did a fantastic job.
Oh, and did I mention that it’s not just a Little Golden Book, but a Funko Pop Little Golden Book? That means that everyone in the book is drawn Funko Pop-style. So it’s super-adorable.
Here’s the official publisher description of the book:
Whatever you do, don’t get this Little Golden Book wet! The first ever Gremlins Little Golden Book based on the classic film features those mischievous Gremlins as lovable Funko Pop figures! Follow the wild misadventures of those trouble-causing Gremlins in this delightful retelling of the classic movie. Illustrated in the quirky and loveable Funko POP! art style, kids 2 to 5—and their parents—will love this love this light-hearted reimagining of one of the funniest films of all time as a collectable Little Golden Book! Little Golden Books enjoy nearly 100% consumer recognition. They feature beloved classics, hot licenses, and new original stories. . .the classics of tomorrow.
And if you want to know more:
Check out the book’s page on the Penguin Random House site.
Check out the Amazon page for the book.
Find out about some of the other books I’ve written for Penguin Random House.
* NOTE: Previously, Meg and I collaborated on The Back to the Future Little Golden Book (which I wrote and Meg illustrated). That book was published by Penguin Random House in January of 2023.