One of Elton John’s favorite things to do these days? It’s not playing in front of thousands, not creating musical hits for new movies (like his newest project – the enchanting Gnomeo and Juliet) but spending time with his month old son. He is especially keen on storytime. So what does Elton John and his partner David Furnish read to their baby boy?
We got the chance to talk to Elton John about Gnomeo and Juliet, his career and what he is reading to his son.
by Margaret Wise Brown
Elton John said of this classic, “Runaway Bunny! I loved, loved, loved it. Runaway Bunny could be my next musical. It is such a great story. It’s so loving and sweet.”
I Love You This Much
by Lynn Hodges and Sue Buchanan
Elton John said, “I love that one.”
The first book that Elton John read to his son? Cinderella! This Walt Disney version of the beloved tale is available in Golden Books form right here for $3.99.
Dogs Don’t Wear Sneakers
by Laura Numeroff
Elton John said this one “was so fabulous”
And read our interview with the music legend right here!