Lovely Day (Picture Book Based on the Song by Bill Withers) (Hardcover)

Lovely Day (Picture Book Based on the Song by Bill Withers) By Bill Withers, Skip Scarborough, Olivia Duchess (Illustrator) Cover Image

Lovely Day (Picture Book Based on the Song by Bill Withers) (Hardcover)


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Bill Withers's celebrated hit song "Lovely Day" comes to life in this beautifully illustrated picture book!

"'Lovely Day' is a positive and uplifting song that comforts the soul. I'm thrilled to see my husband’s beautiful words come to life in this stunning picture book."-- Marcia Withers

Bill Withers's "Lovely Day" is famous for bringing listeners joy. This gorgeous picture book adapted from the song's timeless lyrics follows the story of a brother and sister who always find a way to make each other smile, no matter the challenges the day may bring. From discovering new ways to play when the playground is closed, to laughing out loud as they run through the rain, these siblings can count on each other to find the joy in any situation. Because when you're with the ones you love, every day is a lovely day!

Clarence “Skip” Scarborough was an American producer, arranger, and songwriter. Scarborough wrote songs performed by Bill Withers, Patti LaBelle, Earth, Wind & Fire, and many other artists. In 1988, he won the Grammy Award for Best R&B Song for “Giving You the Best That I Got.”
Bill Withers was an American singer-songwriter and musician. He is known for such hit songs as “Ain’t No Sunshine,” “Lean on Me,” “Just the Two of Us,” “Lovely Day,” and more. He has received numerous awards in his lifetime and won three GRAMMY Awards. In 2005, Withers was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, and in 2015, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Product Details ISBN: 9781338815382
ISBN-10: 1338815385
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Publication Date: January 3rd, 2023
Pages: 40
Language: English
"A simple celebration of sibling love, set to the lyrics of a classic R&B song written by the late Withers and Scarborough. Lovely." -- Kirkus Reviews