"High in the Clouds," Paul McCartney's children's book

He's garnering decent reviews on his new LP so, what the hell, he might as well write a book too, eh?

Despite the title, which might lead you to believe it's an autobiography, the tome is for kids. Here's the publisher's description:

Forced to leave his woodland home, destroyed by the expansion plans of the evil Gretsch, Wirral the squirrel vows to find the fabled land of Animalia, where all the animals are said to live in freedom and without fear. Aided and abetted by Froggo the hot-air-ballooning frog, Wilhamina the plucky red squirrel, and Ratsy the streetwise rodent, Wirral's personal quest turns into a full-blown plan to save enslaved animals Everywhere -- a plan that is fraught with danger. Exciting, poignant, and funny, this lavishly illustrated epic tale will delight children of all ages.

I wonder if Fender and Rickenbacker turn up as well?

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