Tori Spelling Writing Children’s Book

Tori Spelling Writing Children's Book

According to EW.com, the actress-turned-reality star-turned-author will pen her first children’s book, titled ‘Presenting … Tallulah.’ The book — which hits stands on Sept. 21 — follows a young girl who is “constantly told what not to do.”

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  1. Annonymous

    Tori Spelling writes another book about her favorite topic….HERSELF!!! Now it is her young, rich, spoiled, brat self (only renamed of course) that had to suffer the horrors of being told NO every once in a while!! What literary genius! Candy will be the only one reading this book which will certainly stoke the fires of the feud!

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  2. Angi

    Actually, I will be buying this book when it comes out. It sounds cute. Little kids get told no all the time. If the book is told from the little girl’s POV I’m sure it will be interesting. I would also guess Tori will have a nice lesson for kids at the end.

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  3. Anonymous

    I love writing and reading books. I love the notion that people can make things up in their mind and then make them real on a page, for the pleasure or utility of someone else. One of my favorite mentor on learning how to write a book is Mark Victor Hansen, co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul.

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  4. Anonymous

    I love writing and reading books. I love the notion that people can make things up in their mind and then make them real on a page, for the pleasure or utility of someone else. One of my favorite mentor on learning how to write a book is Mark Victor Hansen, co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul.

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  5. Anonymous

    I love tori spelling and i will absolutely be buying this book, it sounds so cute! and for all those people who have been talking crap about tori, lay off!!! u are just mad cause u do not have the writing talents and excellence that she has!

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