4 of the Best Children’s Books Written by Celebrities so Far

Celebrities are usually known for their singing or acting talent, but some are not limiting themselves and their creativity to one field. Actually, as you will see in this article, many of them have found inspiration in their own childhood or their own children and have written beautiful and captivating children’s books. You would be surprised by some of the authors you will see here and will be even more pleasantly surprised to learn that these amazing stories can be very enjoyable for both children and adults. Let’s get started!

The Magic Misfits - Neil Patrick Harris

River Rose and the Magical Lullaby — Kelly Clarkson

River Rose and the Magical Lullaby - Kelly Clarkson

If you ever heard any of the songs of Kelly Clarkson, you know she’s a phenomenal singer. But, she also has other talents and passions! She got inspiration from her little daughter and wrote her debut children’s book River Rose and the Magical Lullaby, which is a great bedtime story.

Your Baby’s First Word Will Be DADA — Jimmy Fallon

Your Baby's First Word Will Be DADA - Jimmy Fallon

Who doesn’t know who Jimmy Fallon is? We bet most people have heard of him and will be super excited to find out they can buy not just one but a few children’s books that the comedian wrote. He first wrote the book Your Baby’s First Word Will Be DADA and later released Everything Is Mama and This is Baby. These books make a perfect gift for new parents as they will for sure enjoy them and their baby will, too!

The Magic Misfits — Neil Patrick Harris

It’s no surprise that Neil Patrick Harris wrote a book so full of magic! He has “magician” written on his resume, right next to all of the other things he’s great at — actor, host, singer, father, and author. His words are creating beautiful, vivid imagery and there are also many different secrets, ciphers, codes, and magic tricks, which ensures that your kid will have hours of fun with this book. The story is captivating and teaches children valuable lessons about friendship and standing up for what’s right.

How Roland Rolls — Jim Carrey

How Roland Rolls - Jim Carrey

This book by actor Jim Carrey was published back in 2013 and it even won the 2013 Gelett Burgess Children’s Book Award. The book tells a story about Roland, a wave, who is afraid to hit the shore. However, Ronald soon realizes that he’s not just a wave but the entire ocean. It’s a beautiful story about the world’s interconnectedness.

So Many Amazing Books

And these are not all of the amazing books everyone’s favorite celebrities have written. These people of many talents keep on surprising us and bring out some very creative and beautiful stories we can read and enjoy with our little ones.

Parents Hated the Oscars’ Version of ‘We Don’t Talk about Bruno’

During the 94th Academy Awards show on the 27th of March this year, there was a live performance of the ever so popular song ‘We don’t talk about Bruno’ from the hit movie Encanto. The cast of the movie took the song to the stage and did a performance with some guest stars including Megan Thee Stallion, Becky G, and Luis Fonsi.

Parents Hated the Oscars’ Version of ‘We Don’t Talk about Bruno’ The Problem with the Oscars’ Performance

What’s the problem you may ask, they sang the popular song many kids and adults love? The issue parents pointed out was the changed lyrics to fit the Oscars which Megan Thee Stallion delivered. She rapped “Magic everywhere. Stars everywhere. I need to see Oscars, Zendaya’s over there,” and then “Oh no, we got three hosts. These women are the best and they killin’ all the jokes.”

The audience at the Academy Awards applauded immediately but the parents and children at home were not so impressed by this turn of events. Many took to Twitter and shared their disappointment with the changed lyrics which led to their kids being sad for staying way past their bedtime to see a performance that was nowhere near their expectations.

Megan Stallion - a rapper who sang about the Oscars instead of the original lyrics of 'We don't talk about Bruno' What Twitter Users Had to Say After

Another user said that adding Megan Thee Stallion was a bad idea because the original cast barely sang the song, which ruined the whole experience. Many parents were discussing how disappointed their children were with the ‘We don’t talk about Bruno’ performance for which they waited over two hours and some even stormed to bed once it was done.

A user pointed out that the original cast got to sing just a verse and then the song was taken over by celebrities who made it all about the Oscars, which was definitely not the performance everyone was hoping for and expecting.