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ABC's former Bachelor wrote a children's book called Frequent Flyers that teaches kids to be confident in travel. "The character's personalities were born out of the ability to spend more time with small circles of the people I love the most so thank you for being so receptive," Ben shared on Instagram. "There's more exciting stuff on the horizon."
Inspired by daughter Everly, the actor and producer wrote The One and Only Sparkella to teach young girls to not be afraid to be themselves.
The actress's first children's book encourages little girls to follow their dreams and remember how brave they truly are.
The Queer Eye star's endearing book encourages self-acceptance and inclusion, in addition to celebrating modern families everywhere.
Inspired by daughter River Rose, the talk show host's book will make bedtime even more special for parents. Every book includes an audio link with the original lullaby written to help River Rose journey to dreamland.
The Bachelor in Paradise stars have written a children's picture book about overcoming your fears and stepping out of your comfort zone—both of which had to happen for the pair to be the happy couple they are today.
The award-winning artist translated the incredible energy of his hit song into book form. The whole family will love the pictures depicting what it means to be happy across different cultures.
The actress wrote Welcome to the Party as a love letter to babies and families everywhere. Besides being praised by many celebs, the adorable kid's book was named an Amazon Best Book of the Year in 2020.
The late night host has written three other children's books since Your Baby's First Word Will Be Dad came out in 2017. Dads everywhere can relate to the book's campaign to get children to say "Dada" as their first word.
The actor teamed up with Baskin Robbins to write an e-book that takes parents and children alike on a journey into a creatures' magical world to learn an important lesson on kindness and acceptance.
The Today show co-anchor wrote Princesses Wear Pants to show kids it's important to "be a person of substance. Be a doer."
Politicians' daughter released her first book in 2017. She Persisted tells the tale of thirteen inspiring American women whose tenacity helped shape history.
Before he started shooting Dumb and Dumber To, the legendary actor released a 64-page book titled How Roland Rolls. If your kid loves the beach, it's a must-read.
The former Today show host offers a reassuring and inspiring story that gives children of all ages a lesson in confidence.
Based on his own experience, the Monsters Inc actor writes a moving story on what it feels like to become a grandparent for the very first time.
The Freaky Friday actress teaches readers a valuable lesson that we must love one another to make the world a better place.
In between singing and dancing the "Conga," the Grammy winner made time to write a young children's book about a bulldog named Noelle. After being adopted, the precious pooch worries if she will fit in.
Before she said goodbye to The View, the talk-show host created an adorable story centered around our four-legged friends.
The View cohost writes about a young girl who doesn't want to move or become a ballerina. Unfortunately, her mom has big plans that are quite different from her daughter's.
The talk show host brings some serious girl power to her story as she introduces a young, female character who has plenty of game.
He makes the adults laugh on his late-night show. But with his children's book, the comedian hopes to make a younger generation smile with a hilarious family dinner story.
He can sing, act and create great stories! The country hunk writes about a father-daughter duo who have quite the adventure one sunny afternoon.
In her special book, the actress explains to kids that everyone is special in their own way. After all, the things that make you different also make you you! Well said, Julianne.