Bob Dylan’s Lyrics Illustrated In New Kids Book!

The singer's poetic lyrics teach the 'importance of doing good'

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Bob Dylan‘s song lyrics for 1974 hit “Forever Young” have been re-imagined into children’s story book called “Forever Young”, due to be published in October.

The illustrated lyrics are a “heart warming and meaningful story about the importance of doing good” according to the Simon and Schuster publishers’ press release.

The synopsis is referenced as: “May you build a ladder to the stars/ And climb on every rung/ May you stay forever young.”

The 40 page picture book is illustrated by award-winning artist Paul Rogers and is aimed at children aged three and over.

Publication date is set fot October 6, 2008.

As previously reported on Uncut, Dylan was Dylan was honoured with a Pulitzer citation last week for “his profound impact on popular music and American culture, marked by lyrical compositions of extraordinary poetic power.”

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