Hear Kelly Clarkson’s Lullaby From New Children’s Book
Kelly Clarkson is known for her powerhouse vocals and empowering anthems, so everyone was a little surprised when she announced a children’s book earlier this year. River Rose And The Magical Lullaby was inspired by and written for Kelly’s daughter, River Rose. As Kelly has described in many recent interviews, her two-year-old daughter has already been to many places around the world that she’ll never remember. Kelly started by writing down these stories for River Rose to read later. Along the way, these stories turned into a book series with Harper Collins.
The first book, River Rose And The Magical Lullaby, was just released today. Coinciding with its release we also get to hear the lullaby that started it all. Kelly originally sang it for her daughter at night, and now fans and children all over the world get to enjoy it. “River Rose’s Magical Lullaby” also comes with a sweet lyric video. Check it out below:
Whether you have young kids of your own or are just a hardcore Kelly Clarkson fan, be sure to get the picture book. You can find sellers and more information on the official River Rose website. You can even get a doll of River Rose – press her hand and you’ll hear Kelly’s sweet lullaby!
If you’re all about the music, you can buy the song too. “River Rose’s Magical Lullaby” is available on iTunes now.
In the midst of all this children’s book excitement, Kelly is also recording a new album. Her 7th studio effort overall, it will also be Kelly’s first with Atlantic Records. She has already confirmed its soulful direction and even shared some snippets of her new music on Snapchat. Kelly is aiming for a spring 2017 release, so we’ll have plenty of new album information in the coming months. Keep checking back here for all the latest Kelly Clarkson news.
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