Welcome to a side of Keith Richards you've never seen before. The veteran rocker, known more for his party days and the resulting reputation than his secret desire to become a librarian, is writing a children's book.
And despite our initial thoughts on the possibility of a book that rambles and somehow mumbles the written word, it actually sounds kind of sweet. The story of Richards' grandfather and his first guitar was inspired by his bond with his own grandchildren and will be illustrated by his daughter, Theodora.
Keep clicking to read about other celebrity children's books, some of which were better ideas than others.
Kristi Yamaguchi writes about a pig with big dreams, and how she finds her true calling.
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NFL player Terrell Owens tells the tale of a little boy who doesn't want to share his football.
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Tori Spelling has released six books.
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In a book released in 2013, "American Horror Story" star Jessica Lange tells the tale of two little girls who discover a wealth of memories on their grandmother's farm.
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Jamie Lee Curtis' best-selling books help kids explore their emotions, try new things and learn about the world.
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Madonna's "The English Roses" series is about schoolgirls in London.
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Spike Lee and his wife, Tonya Lewis Lee, share the many experiences of parenting in "Please, Baby, Please."
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Steve Martin, Renaissance man, has written two children's books.
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Katie Couric's books are about a pair of friends navigating school-related challenges.
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Brooke Shields has written two children's books.
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Arlo Guthrie tells the story of mooses (not moose), who like to stare in bedroom windows while children are sleeping.
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When he's not serving as an unofficial "diplomat," Dennis Rodman molds the minds of young people through a tale of a wild bull.
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Sting reimagines the story of Noah's Ark through poetry.
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Julie Andrews is the best-selling author of many children's books.
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Jeff Foxworthy's "Dirt on My Shirt" is a collection of silly poems.
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LeAnn Rimes spins a tale of a young jaguar who is afraid to take swimming lessons.
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Tim McGraw writes about a dad and his little girl.
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"Weird Al" Yankovic writes about a boy who wants to be everything from a master snail trainer to a museum curator.
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In Cheech Marin's book, he's a cool bus driver taking kids to the Battle of the Bands.
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Bob Dylan's children's book, "If Dogs Run Free," is based on a song by the same name.
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Gloria Estefan writes about a bulldog who wants to fit in.
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Jay Leno's foray into children's writing is based on a true story from his childhood.
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John Lithgow has written numerous books for young readers.
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Julianne Moore's book helps girls learn to live with the features that make them different.
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Billy Crystal writes about how awesome it is to become a grandfather.
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Bill Cosby has written numerous children's books for his Little Bill series, helping young kids through various challenges.
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One of several books in Bill Cosby's "Little Bill" series.