The Boy With Pink Hair
He was born that way-The Boy with Pink Hair. He had a cotton candy colored mop that no one had ever seen before . . . Life is not easy being pink. Adults stare at you, little children giggle behind your back and some kids are just mean. But when you have a best friend who appreciates your uniqueness and parents who are loving and supportive, you can do just about anything. From blogger-extraordinaire, Perez Hilton, comes the story of a boy who is not afraid to be who he is and how his difference makes a difference.
- Hardback | 32 pages
- 215.9 x 281.94 x 10.16mm | 430.91g
- 19 Jan 2012
- Penguin Putnam Inc
- New York, United States
- 1 Illustrations, unspecified
About Perez Hilton
Well before Perez Hilton (the Miami-born Mario Lavandeira) grew his website, PerezHilton.com, into a Tinseltown franchise raking in 9 million page views a day, the self-proclaimed "Queen of All Media" knew exactly how Hollywood was changing. If you used to need an actual talent--acting, singing, playing a sport--in order to make it big, now you could become famous for being famous, and doing absolutely nothing at all. And anyone can do it; in other words, you too can be a Hilton!
"I wish, when I was young, I had a book as touching and beautiful as this to teach me about the journey of self-acceptance." - Lady Gaga "When I was little my mother once said to me, 'Cher, different is just another word for special.' My mother was right and so is Perez. This is an adorable tale full of whimsy and meaning!" - Cher "A story that will resonate with any child who has ever felt weird or different. (It's a) wonderful way to tell our children it's important to celebrate each other's differences and the things that make each child unique and special." - Gloria Estefan ." . . A beautiful story about dignity, self-esteem, and the importance of parents' unconditional love. The social healing process begins when we focus on these values when raising our children." - Ricky Martin ." . . A precious little story about being special, being accepting, understanding, tolerant and above all saying it's okay to be different." - Dolly Parton "W