Lee Harrison is a human who worries about everything.
“I can’t do that; I’m not good enough,” he says.
“I’m not trying that, it’s far too hard,” he says.
“What if something bad happens?” he says.
Lee also worries because he doesn’t want his children to worry as much as he does.
“I don’t want my children to worry as much as I do,” he says.
Fortunately, Lee is an incredibly funny (and witty) creative genius… Yes, he’s incredibly good at colouring in.
So he wrote a special story and turned it into a super-duper picture book, to show his children that anything is possible if you believe in yourself (and if you don’t worry too much!).
“But what if my kids don’t like it?” he cries.
“And what if nobody buys my book?” he blubbers.
Perhaps Lee needs a few more tips from his own book
Wee Wurri: The Woolly Hat of Power series
Wee Wurri: The Woolly Hat of Power (book 1) – Children’s
“Wee Wurri is a lovable alien who shows children the real power of self-belief in this funny picture book.”
Wee Wurri and The Woolly Hat of Power: The Shadow Monster (book 2) – Children’s
“Wee Wurri is a little alien who worries too much. Right now he’s worrying about the Shadow Monster!”
Wee Wurri and The Woolly Hat of Power: The Hide Monster (book 3) – Children’s
“Wee Wurri is worrying because the Hide Monster is keeping him awake at night.”