Myleene Klass writing children's entertainment book
Myleene Klass is reportedly writing an advice book for parents on how to entertain children.
The Hear'Say singer-turned-TV presenter has two young daughters, Ava and Hero, with estranged husband Graham Quinn, who she split from earlier this year.
Klass is now channelling her experiences of motherhood into creating a new book, entitled 365 Things To Do With Your Children, according to the Daily Mail.
An insider tells the publication the star discussed the project with Sir Elton John at Monday's Music Industry Trusts Award in London.
The source adds, "She is very positive and told Elton all about what she is up to and especially about the new book she is writing called 365 Things To Do With Your Children.
"She is writing the book herself and is being helped in the research by friends who are also mothers."
Hello, regular commenting on Orange News and Sport pages closes on Thursday 30 May 2013. We will continue to provide a commenting facility on major news and sport events on orangeworld.co.uk. Go to http://orangeworld.co.uk/p/helpandcosts/feedback if you have any further questions. Thanks.
what do you think?
I didn't click on this page. How did I get here? Sometimes, my computer seems to click by itself. Oh well, I'll read this article, then. Hero? Is that a girl's name? Well, why isn't she called? Hero is a good name. I only ever really looked after one child. She was a girl. Not very often. Once a week or so. Sometimes, at the weekend. If she was ill, dropped off from school. What did we do? Computing before the internet. Pretending to do secretarial work on my computer. Drawing, painting, writing, playing with dolls, watching the television, making tents, out of sheets, "inside" a house. Sitting in chairs, listening to music, discussing family and school life. Photography! I took the odd portrait photograph. Somewhere. Three or four of those. No. One or two. Dolls houses. Toy zoos. Toy cars. We talked a lot. Making things out of paper! We played board games. I remember, toy parachutes! Might as well say that, seeing as my computer clicked on this page by itself.