Writer Christopher Kimberley pitched a book idea to Penguin Random House but never heard back from the publisher. Coincidentally, Chelsea Clinton’s book ‘She Persisted‘, which was published by Penguin, is eerily similar to the book Kimberley pitched.
Kimberley contends that it’s possible Penguin gave his idea and research to Clinton for her book.
In the lawsuit Kimberley claims he wrote an all-ages, three-volume illustrated children’s book titled ‘A Heart is the Part That Makes Boys And Girls Smart’ in 2013.
Kimberley’s book contains 15 quotes and stories from historical figures such as Helen Keller, Harriet Tubman and Nellie Bly in its ‘Quotable Questionnaire’ section. Similarly, Clinton’s book features 13 stories and quotes including quotes from those three women.
One could also argue that Chelsea isn’t bright enough or creative enough to come up with a cute angle for a kids’ book on her own. The Clinton family’s history of lying and cheating also lend credence to Kimberley’s claim.
It wouldn’t suprise anyone to discover that she was handed the material for the book and went on to publish it.
Chicks on the Right reports:
I have no idea how big of a claim this guy has. But given that Chelsea Clinton has skated by in life on zero talent and cashing in on her last name, this kind of doesn’t surprise me.
According to this, writer Christopher Kimberley is suing Chelsea Clinton and her publisher over Chelsea’s feminist children’s book “She Persisted.” Chelsea’s book highlights thirteen notable women from history and their contributions to society.