Dennis Rodman's new book, "Dennis the Wild Bull" encourages children to just be themselves. (Photo courtesy of Amazon.com)
Dennis Rodman has written a book for children, "Dennis the Wild Bull," which was released on Wednesday, according to ProBasketballTalk. The book's main message is that it's okay to be different -- if you are yourself, you will be accepted, as Rodman was by his teammates in Detroit and Chicago during his time in the NBA.
The Hall-of-Famer also wrote a book titled, "I Should Be Dead by Now" about Rodman's struggles during his post-NBA life, including the dissolution of his marriage with Carmen Electra and his drinking problems.
Rodman, 51, played 14 season in the NBA (1986-2000) and was named Defensive Player of the Year twice. He won five championships, two with the Pistons and three with the Bulls.