Families: Celebs Take On Seuss

A crop of new kids' books, written by everyone from actors to anchors, are here for the holidays

It's not just the latest Fendi bag, the snazziest python boots or the newest Prada ensemble. It's not even telling it all on Oprah. No, what's really trendy this season among celebrities is writing a children's book.

Trendier still is writing in rhyme, at least as evidenced by several of this fall's entries. Actress JAMIE LEE CURTIS follows up her three previous children's books (including the New York Times best seller Today I Feel Silly & Other Moods That Make My Day) with Where Do Balloons Go? An Uplifting Mystery (HarperCollins), which has also made an appearance on the Times list....

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