Lights, Camera, Action! Ms. Lulu Ziminiski and her Japanese Chin, Henley, travel to Hollywood for another glamorous adventure, where they visit Tinsel Town’s most iconic sights and the little pup becomes a sensation. The third in Julie Muszynski’s Henley series, Henley: In Hollywood takes Ms. Lulu Ziminiski, a fashionably fabulous New Yorker and her equally fabulous black-and-white Japanese Chin, to the West Coast. They never dreamed Henley could become a star himself, joining the ranks of Toto, the Tramp, and Pongo.
Henley and Ms. Lulu jet off to visit the star-studded city and meet with the renowned producer, Ms. Lulu’s Great-Great-Uncle, Prince Ziminick Ziminiski, who kindly arranged for them to be his guests on set of his latest film, The Cat’s Meow. The fierce, dazzling, and wild lion’s roar Henley learned while on safari in Africa makes a big splash on the set of the Hollywood movie and marks the start of Henley’s west-coast celebrity. Once they learn of him, Tinsel Town just can’t get enough of the exuberant little pup!
Between agents eager to sign him, colorful makeovers from a famous costume designer, and learning about glamorous Hollywood history, Henley and Lulu visit all the iconic sites: the Hollywood sign, Griffith Observatory, and the gardens at the Getty Museum. Henley and Ms. Lulu’s Hollywood trip is filled with glamour, celebrities and—as always—the most fashionable adventures. Though they could easily be caught up in the glitz and glamour of his newfound Hollywood fame, Henley and Ms. Lulu prove that they know how to stay true to themselves, and to each other.
56 pages; 7.5 x 6"; hardcover
30 4/c illustrations with special features