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Lady Gaga Children’s Picture Book Coming From ‘My Two Dads and Me’ Author

The life and times of Lady Gaga are the subject of a new children’s picture book titled Lady Gaga: A Little Golden Book Biography. The latest in the series of board books for actual Little Monsters — which has previously included the stories of Dolly Parton, Taylor Swift and Beyoncé, among others — is a 24-page dive into all aspects of Gaga’s rise to stardom.

Due out on Jan. 2, a description of the project promises to, “help your little one dream big with a Little Golden Book biography about pop music icon, actress, and philanthropist Lady Gaga. Little Golden Book biographies are the perfect introduction to nonfiction for young readers — as well as fans of all ages!”

It was written by best-selling children’s book author Michael Joosten (My Two Dads and Me) and illustrated by Laura Catrinella (Stupendously Sampson: Princess Auroras Horse) and is available for pre-order here now; though it’s not out yet, the books is already No. 27 on Amazon’s list of best-selling children’s books thanks to pre-orders.

According to Rolling Stone, the book tells the story of Gaga’s rise from aspiring singer Stefani Germanotta to “playing open mic nights, to appearing on stage at the Grammys and Oscars.” It also chronicles how the singer got her famous Queen-inspired stage name and became both a music and acting superstar, including a section on her Oscar-winning work in A Star Is Born.

Gaga has kept a relatively low profile lately, but she came out on Tuesday night to support her Star co-star, Bradley Cooper, at the Los Angeles premiere of his latest musical adventure, the Leonard Bernstein biopic Maestro. The pair met up on the red carpet, with Cooper rocking a three-piece black suit and Gaga matching his energy with her own tailored black suit with silver bead accents.

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