It wouldn’t be a week here on That NBA Lottery Pick without a story about Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace and this one is a doozy.
Earlier this week, a children’s book authored by Metta called, “Metta’s Bedtime Stories” became available on our fair Interwebs to buy for your kids/nieces/or nephews.
The fine folks over at Inside So Cal got all of the important details about Metta’s first venture into children’s literature:
“The back of the book’s cover reveals the bedtime stories include the following titles, “Tomorrow,” “Reach for the Sky,” “One Wish,” “Mud in My Bed,” and “I’m Afraid of the Dark.”
But this 34-page illustration book geared for 4 to 10 year olds go beyond World Peace making silly jokes. The book, available, available online and on Amazon for $12.95 for soft cover and $14.95 for hard cover, will have a portion of those proceeds benefitting World Peace’s foundation, Xcel University which primarily raises funds and supports various mental health charities and programs. Some of the proceeds will also help the foundation run by World Peace’s father, the Artest foundation, which supports inner city youth geared toward promoting non-violence.
If you want to buy the book, you can find it at this link.
Metta World Peace releases children’s book [Inside So Cal]