Rochelle Humes reveals her new children’s book about mealtime adventures and it’s adorable

The front cover of Rochelle Humes' new children's book

by Rosie Floyd |
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Broadcaster, entrepreneur and author, is there anything that Rochelle Humes can't do? After releasing two children's books in 2019 and 2020, she's revealed a third book called My Little Dragon. The main character is called Blake, inspired by the son she shares with her husband and JLS band member, Marvin.

The TV presenter and founder of My Little Coco took to Instagram to share the news with her 2.2 million followers. She shared a snap of Blake looking super adorable in his highchair, along with illustrations of the new book.

Speaking of the new book, Rochelle commented "This one is a special one to us, as you know food is such a big part of our life at home but it’s not always easy for parents so my aim is to bring back the fun into mealtimes through this story book…Parents, I hope you find it useful and that your little ones embrace the magic..✨" [sic]

Related: Rochelle Humes launches My Little Coco Podcast

If you struggle to get your little one to try new foods, this latest adventure penned by Rochelle is here to assure you that mealtimes are fun. Blake has a very hungry dragon to look after, but he's struggling to find something for him to eat. Will Blake be able to find the perfect treat to help his picky dragon grow big and strong? You'll have to wait and see!

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While the book isn't released just yet, you won't have long to wait until your little one can get their hands on it. The book's official release is 13 October 2022, but you can pre-order it now, so it'll land straight on your doorstep on that date.

Best for ressuring children that mealtimes are fun
Price: $16.29

If you can't wait until then, how about Rochelle's two other bestselling children's books to keep you going in the meantime?

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Mega Magic Hair Swap
Price: $11.99

If you're looking for a book that teaches your children about celebrating their differences and loving themselves from head to toe, check out the Mega Magic Hair Swap. The debut children's book from Rochelle is a joyful and fun story about two best friends, Mia and Rose, that wish they had each other's hair. The girl's wishes are granted but both soon realise having their perfect hair isn't all that it's cracked up to be.

Review: "My friend's daughter is 5 and has been having some confidence issues about her hair being 'different' to the other girls at school (she's mixed race - her father is originally from Nigeria). This book was such a beautiful and engaging way to show her that her hair is perfect just the way it is! Her new mission seems to be to let everyone know how much better her hair is than theirs so job done "

Best for helping children with school anxieties

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Price: $10.82

Is your little one anxious about starting a new school year? The second book in the Mega Magic series covers why changing teachers and moving up a year isn't a scary thing. Mia and Rose are back from Rochelle's first book, and they don't want to ever leave Mrs Bee's class. After wishing and with the help of a bit of magic, they can stay in the same class, but quickly discover that it's less fun without their friends, and they've already learnt these subjects before. This book is perfect for preparing your children for returning to school.

Review: "If you’re looking for a book to help prepare your little one move class and change teacher you have to buy this book. The storyline is perfect to reassure kids and make them realize that it isn’t a scary thing after all. The illustrations are beautiful as well. I enjoy this book as much as my daughter."

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