Yes, ladies and gentlemen, I can start ’em young. Virginia Woolf in a children’s book:
The story is loosely based on the close relationship between Virginia and her sister, Vanessa Bell, who was a renowned Bloomsbury painter. In the children’s book, Virginia is in a “wolfish” mood, and she’s depicted as a wolf until her sister’s painting of a beautiful garden on the bedroom walls finally cheers her up–and helps her turn back into a girl. Yup, this one is going to appear on the Penner bookshelves sooner or later.