Some info about Pharrell's book "Happy" (Front and back covers, general concept)

  • Front cover
    Back cover

    Pharrell Williams is spreading his special brand of joy in a new way: a children's book.

    The Grammy winner has turned his hit "Happy" (which was featured in Despicable Me 2 and on Williams' lauded album G I R L) into a picture book, and PEOPLE has the first look at the adorable cover image and back jacket.

    "I'm so proud of my collaboration with Penguin and to be able to share my book Happy! with all the young readers out there," Williams said about the project, which will be released Oct. 6.

    "I love what I do and am grateful to all the people who felt that 'Happy' resonated with them. My hope is that this book inspires a child's imagination and creativity and that it teaches the importance of being happy and true to yourself."
    The book will blend illustrations and photos of children celebrating what it means to be happy.

    Some scenes depicted: riding a hot air balloon into outer space, dancing with clouds, laughing with emojis and rocking out as a band.

    When the news of the book was announced in February, Don Weisberg, president of Penguin Young Readers, noted that the singer "has an important and inspiring message about individuality and being your best self, and we're proud to help him share that with young children."

  • yay another thing from p i won't be buying

  • Admin

    Man those kids are adorable.

  • Staff

    This song came out two years ago and he's still milking it. I wish he would move on from being the happy guy.

  • Staff

    lmao @ mari getting down voted for saying stuff about kids

  • this is tight, nigga made a childrens book, him and his kid can read together

  • Admin

    Savages taking comments out of context smh.

  • @busy Well its a kids book so I don't know why you'd want it unless you're 4

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