Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams, who recently failed to beat Gov. Brian Kemp (R-GA) in her second gubernatorial election bid, is releasing a children’s book next week.
Stacey’s Remarkable Books is set to release Dec. 13 and chronicles Abrams’s own life, with publisher Harper Collins saying, “This is another inspiring tale, based on a true story from Stacey Abrams’s childhood, about the life-changing power of books.”
“My new picture book, Stacey’s Remarkable Books, will be released on December 13. It is a story of how books take us on magical adventures and reveal other worlds and cultures—but best of all, how they bring us together,” Abrams tweeted Thursday.
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On Dec. 15, the former Democratic candidate for Georgia governor will hold a virtual book launch moderated by The Hate U Give author Angie Thomas.
Thomas has been vocal in the past about her political positions, namely advocating abolishing prisons.
The book is being sold for $15.99 by Harper Collins.
This isn’t the first time Abrams has ventured into the children’s book genre. In 2021, she released Stacey’s Extraordinary Words, in which a young Abrams falls in love with words and competes in a spelling bee.
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The book went on to become a No. 1 New York Times bestseller and won the NAACP Image Award.
On Nov. 8, Kemp beat Abrams easily, cruising to reelection. He fended off his Democratic opponent, winning by a nearly 10-point margin. Despite Kemp’s win, Trump-endorsed Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker was ultimately defeated by Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA) in a Dec. 6 runoff election.