Written and illustrated almost entirely during class time over several years, Holy Moly is a baffling example of how profoundly interesting drawing, instead of paying attention, can be. Often this behavior is misunderstood; one might be mistakenly called such names as "flaky," "jerknut," or "a youth." Luckily, one is not really listening anyway. Leah Hayes is an illustrator and musician. She has worked for the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and various music magazines. She draws pictures during the day, and plays music by night. She has also been yelled at her whole life for doodling during class, which she is very grateful for.