Your first look at Paul McCartney’s picture book Hey Grandude!

Hey Grandude! is Paul McCartney’s first picture book and will publish in September 2019. You can pre-order your copy now from the following retailers:

Waterstones (UK) | Amazon (UK) | WHSmith (UK) | Indiebound (US) |Amazon (US) | Barnes & Noble (US) | Booktopia (Australia) | Amazon (India) | Exclusive Books (South Africa)

The story

Meet Grandude, an intrepid explorer grandfather, and his four grandkids. With his magical colourful postcards, Grandude whisks his grandchildren off on incredible adventures. Join them as they ride flying fish, dodge stampedes, and escape avalanches..

It’s a wild rollercoaster ride with a twist of magic, and a heartwarming family story, inspired by Paul’s own experiences of being a grandfather. Brought to life with funny, colourful illustrations from talented artist Kathryn Durst, this is the perfect picture book for parents, grandparents and their little explorers.
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2 thoughts on “Your first look at Paul McCartney’s picture book Hey Grandude!”

  1. Dee Legg says:

    Hi Richard!
    I’ve left this message on here a couple of times now but still haven’t heard back from you……I’m sure you would be aware of the Abbey Road album turning 50 next year! Don’t you think it would be fitting to try and get Paul (and Ringo if he’s free) to attend the International Beatleweek in Liverpool in August? Considering it was the last of the ‘intended’ albums they put out (of course I’m talking about Let It Be released in 1970) I think it would be grand! I think it’s only fair for as many Beatle fans to have these opportunities while we can whilst the last 2 remaining Beatles are still happy to offer their wonderful presence. I would really appreciate your thoughts. My husband and I did one of your fab Beatle tours 6 years ago kicking off at Marylebone Station in London, we are coming back in 2019 so will be looking to meet with you again then. Kind Regards, Dee Legg

  2. Yes, would be nice – but can’t see it happening. They’ve never been to a Beatles convention before, anywhere in the world – so why start now?

    Thanks for the nice comments about my tour :>)

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