Lil Miss Hot Mess was among the first queens to host Drag Queen Story Hour (DQSH) and is on the national advisory committee. She has written for Wired, The Guardian, Salon, and them., performed at venues ranging from Stanford to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and was a backup dancer for Katy Perry on SNL. Olga de Dios is an author and illustrator of children's books whose work focuses on equality, freedom, and justice. She studied at the School of Art 10 in Madrid. Her first book, Pink Monster, has been translated into twelve languages. She lives in Madrid, Spain.
It's much more than a parody. It's an expression of the
collectiveness of the drag community.--Matthew Winner, The
Children's Book Podcast
This book's gonna werk, werk, werk all through Pride Month and beyond. Drag persona Lil Miss Hot Mess rewrites 'The Wheels on the Bus' to create a fun, movement-filled, family-friendly celebration of drag. . . . Appropriately psychedelic. . . . Fun, fun, fun all through the town!--Kirkus Reviews, starred review