Evangeline Lilly Debuts Children's Book The Squickerwonkers at Comic-Con
By SP_COP on July 18, 2013 | From www.eonline.com
Evangeline Lilly Debuts Children's Book The Squickerwonkers at Comic-Con Evangeline Lilly has added author to her résumé.

The Hobbit actress debuted her first children's book, titled The Squickerwonkers, at Comic-Con in San Diego, Calif., today.

"Just finished my first official signing! Thank you all so much for your support! The line was CRAZY!" Lilly tweeted.

Dressed in a bright blue strapless jumpsuit, the actress—who worked with illustrator Johnny Fraser-Allen of Weta Workshop—signed copies of her book at the company's booth.

Weta Workshop is the New Zealand-based, award-winning conceptual design and physical manufacturing company famous for a number of well-known pieces of work, including the 2005 remake of King Kong to the Lord Of The Rings trilogy. And, of course, The Hobbit.

'When Johnny and I sat down to create this book together we wanted to make a book that we would like to have read as children and that we would still enjoy as adults today, and that is exactly what we did," Lilly reportedly said....
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