Art is subjective. One person might look at, say, a life-size sculpture of late racing legend Dale Earnhardt made of babydoll arms and see genius. Another might be wildly offended. And yet another might just stare at it blankly and just ask, “Why?” Then there are the indisputables: Frida Kahlo, Coco Chanel and Audrey Hepburn. Three ordinary girls who overcame great hardships to grow into the creative icons of their times. This trio of hardcover books introduces young readers to the fascinating lives of these world-changing artists, whose stories will undoubtedly help inspire a whole new generation of dreamers. We can’t wait!