Every Beatles fan knows about the "Yellow Submarine," but now, Paul McCartney has announced there's a green submarine, too.
In 2019, McCartney published the illustrated children's book Hey Grandude! Two years later, the Beatles member has just penned a sequel to the book called Grandude's Green Submarine. The story is set for a September 2, 2021 release.
According to a press release, the new book “continues the adventures of Grandude and his grandchildren as they set off on a quest to find their music-loving grandmother, Nandude!” In the book series, Grandude is a magical grandfather who takes his four grandchildren - who he calls his "chillers" - on various exciting quests.
According to the publisher's book description, the green submarine is a magical vehicle that takes Grandude and his family flying through the sky, riding on a river through a jungle, and deep under the ocean in search of their grandma.
Land ho! Grandude and the Chillers are coming up for air this September in 'Grandude's Green Submarine'!— Paul McCartney (@PaulMcCartney) March 18, 2021
Beautifully illustrated by @KathrynDurst, and written by Paul, pre-order your copy here: https://t.co/34pBEwijqQ pic.twitter.com/wuTSb46Ml2
"Hey Grandude!...was a very personal story for me, celebrating Grandudes everywhere and their relationships and adventures with their grandchildren," McCartney said in a statement. "I love that it has become a book read to grandkids at bedtime all around the world."
The new book is illustrated by Kathryn Durst. Besides Grandude's Green Submarine, McCartney will release the new album McCartney III Imagined on April 16. After that, he will publish another book, The Lyrics: 1956 to the Present, on November 2.
You can pre-order Grandude's Green Submarine here.
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Article Image: Sir Paul McCartney at a 2009 ceremony posthumously honoring George Harrison. (s_bukley via Shutterstock.)