Rochelle Humes to launch second story book: Shop other celebrity children's novels

Maisie Bovingdon
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Rochelle Humes has announced she will be launching her second children's book The Mega Magic Teacher Swap later this year. (Getty Images)

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Rochelle Humes has proved she is a force to be reckoned with.

Not only does the 31-year-old boast a successful career as a singer in the girl group The Saturdays, she has also landed a string of presenting gigs on This Morning, as well as her own show with husband Marvin Humes The Hit List.

In recent months Humes - who is pregnant with her third child - has released an organic baby skincare range called My Little Coco, and has now announced she is set to release her second children’s book later this year, following the success of her debut novel The Mega Magic Hair Swap.

The nation’s sweetheart took to her official Instagram account to share the exciting news that she has penned the follow on book titled The Mega Magic Teacher Swap, which is set to drop in August.

Buy it: The Mega Magic Teacher Swap by Rochelle Humes | £6.99 from Amazon

The Mega Magic Teacher Swap by Rochelle Humes

She teased the storyline in the Instagram post, and explained the book captures the journey of two school friends who are apprehensive about starting a new school year and leaving behind their favourite teacher Mrs Bee.

Humes has been flooded with support from famous friends and fans, as the post has already racked up over 28,000 likes on the photo-sharing site.

Marvin gushed: “Huge Rochy huge.”

Loose Women panellist, Nadia Sawalha, commented: “Awwww congratulations gorgeous girl”, while JLS band member Oritse simply wrote: “Incredible.”

A separate Instagram user shared: “Is there nothing you can’t do! Love this idea.”

The presenter’s book, which has been illustrated by Rachel Suzanne, is available to pre-order for £6.99 from Amazon now, although the official release date is August 6.

For those who can’t wait to buy Humes’ upcoming book for the little ones in their lives, we have collated children’s books written by other celebrities in the meantime.

Shop other children’s books written by celebrities

Lightning Girl 4 Books Collection Set by Alesha Dixon | £24.99 from Amazon

Lightning Girl 4 Books Collection Set by Alesha Dixon

Alesha Dixon released her debut novel Lightning Girl in 2018, and has gone on to release three additional texts in the series.

The full box set, which contains Lightning Girl, Superhero Squad, Secret Supervillain and Superpower Showdown, follows 10-year-old Aurora Beam on her journey to discover her own superpowers after she witnessed her sister getting bulled at school.

The World Of David Walliams by David Walliams | £18 (Was £34.95) from The Works

The World Of David Walliams by David Walliams

David Walliams released his debut novel in 2008, and has since gone on to release a string of children’s books.

This set includes some of Walliams’ bestsellers, including The Boy In The Dress!, Enjoy Mr Stink, Billionaire Boy, Ratburger, Gangsta Granny, and is hugely popular with shoppers.

One review read: “An ideal gift for a seven year old in lockdown doing home schooling during the coronavirus pandemic. The books are providing not only light relief and enjoyment for him.”

There's a Monster in Your Book by Tom Fletcher | £4 from Amazon

There's a Monster in Your Book by Tom Fletcher

McFly’s Tom Fletcher has released a selection of children’s books, and There’s A Monster in Your Book is one of his top-rated stories on Amazon.

This story - released in 2018 - makes for a fun bedtime picture book for children to enjoy. This story includes interactive instructions to encourage readers to free the monster.

Freckleface Strawberry by Julianne Moore | £2.25 from Amazon

Freckleface Strawberry by Julianne Moore 

Julianne Moore is another famous parent who has turned their hand to writing children’s books.

This 2008 text follows the story of a young girl with red hair and freckles, and how she deals with learning to embrace hear unique character traits.

Readers have hailed this text a “lovely” book.