When illustrator Mica Angela Hendricks pulled out a new sketchbook she had specially ordered, she was apprehensive. The reason of her worry was her 4-year-old daughter who was playing nearby. Mrs. Hendricks knew exactly what’s going to happen – her daughter would crave for her new sketchbook and beg to use it. Sure enough, no sooner had she drawn a lady’s head, her daughter caught a glimpse of the sketchbook and implored her mother to let her finish the artwork. Mrs. Hendricks relented, and thus began a strange new collaboration between a professional artist and a kid.