Retirement isn't all painting and baseball for former President George W. Bush: late Wednesday, his publisher revealed that the 43rd president has written a second book, this time about his father, former President George H. W. Bush.

According to the Crown Publishing, the book will be released on November 11, almost four years to the day after Bush Jr. published Decision Points, a memoir of his own presidency. That earlier book, per Crown, is the bestselling memoir written by a former commander-in-chief.

"George H. W. Bush is a great servant, statesman, and father," the younger Bush said in the press release announcing the book. "I loved writing the story of his life, and I hope others enjoy reading it."

In Thursday's Politico Playbook, Mike Allen writes that while Bush Jr. "had help from researchers," the president wrote the book himself over two years, after researching in 2011 and 2012.

As of yet, the book's name has not been released. Here's the book's description, via Crown Publishing:

Forty-three men have served as President of the United States. Countless books have been written about them. But never before has a President told the story of his father, another President, through his own eyes and in his own words. A unique and intimate biography, the book covers the entire scope of the elder President Bush's life and career, including his service in the Pacific during World War II, his pioneering work in the Texas oil business, and his political rise as a Congressman, U.S. Representative to China and the United Nations, CIA Director, Vice President, and President. The book shines new light on both the accomplished leader and the warm, decent man known best by his family. In addition, George W. Bush discusses his father's influence on him throughout his own life, from his childhood in West Texas to his early campaign trips with his father, and from his decision to go into politics to his own two-term Presidency.