Hillsong worship's Grammy-award winning song "What a Beautiful Name" can now be read as a children's book.

Two singers from the group are the ones who also penned the book, with their spouses. The book with the same title as the song was written by Brooke and Scott Ligertwood, as well as Ben and Karalee Fielding.

The 40-page book tells the story of “little Oliver and his monkey friend Leo.” Both characters were inspired by the Fieldings’ son and his stuffed monkey.

The pair travel around land, sea, and space searching for the name that's in the song Oliver's mom sings. 

The authors shared a statement with The Christian Post, saying, "Teaching children about worship is to teach them about the wonder of who God is. That there will never be enough words, (and) their imaginations will never be able to fully comprehend the goodness and fullness and faithfulness of God."

Scott Ligertwood helped co-write the book, and he is also the illustrator. 

Hillsong's newest children's book, What a Beautiful Name