Beloved television personality and author Kathie Lee Gifford hopes to inspire children to follow God's dreams for them in her new children's book, Hello, Little Dreamer. The book goes on sale wherever books are sold, Tuesday, Oct. 13.
Each child has dreams to discover over their lifetime, and Hello, Little Dreamer helps families celebrate each child's God-given purpose in the world. Children glow with joy and a sense of security when they know God made them for a purpose. Gifford reminds her young readers that God has been dreaming for them their entire lives. Some dreams reveal themselves quickly while others take time to develop, but each dream adds to the beautiful picture of who a child is meant to be.
With a bright, decorative cover and wonder-filled illustrations from Anita Schmidt, Hello, Little Dreamer helps children rest in God's love for them. With its affirming message of purpose, Hello, Little Dreamer will encourage any child to trust that they have an amazing role in God's story.
Hello, Little Dreamer (ISBN # 9781400209262) will be available in hardcover ($18.99) and board book ($9.99) formats.
In addition, Kathie Lee will be releasing a second book, It's Never Too Late: Make the Next Act of Your Life the Best Act of Your Life (release date Dec. 1, 2020; Thomas Nelson), sharing never-before-told personal stories along with insights, wisdom and inspiration for anyone facing their own life changes.
When Kathie Lee Gifford stepped down as cohost of the fourth hour of the Today show with Hoda Kotb, you might have thought her best days were behind her. It turns out, she was just getting started. As Kathie Lee says, "I'm not retiring; I'm refiring!" But she was just getting started. With her hard-earned wisdom and signature warmth, It's Never Too Late offers readers insights and inspiration to live out their own dreams, change direction, speak out for what they believe and pursue what truly matters. For more information about It's Never Too Late, visit www. KathieLeeGifford.com.
About the Author:
Kathie Lee Gifford is the four-time Emmy award winning former co-host of the fourth hour of "TODAY," alongside Hoda Kotb. After 11 years together, Gifford stepped down from that role to pursue other creative endeavors. The Gifford-Kotb hour had been hailed as "appointment television" by Entertainment Weekly, and "TODAY's happy hour" by USA Today.
Prior to NBC News, Gifford served as the co-host of "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee" for 15 years, where she received 11 Emmy nominations. In 2015 Gifford was inducted into the Broadcast & Cable Hall of Fame. She has been chosen to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2020.
A playwright, producer, singer, songwriter and actress, Gifford has starred in numerous television programs and movies in her 45-year career. She has her own record label and has written several musicals including Broadway's SCANDALOUS, which received a Tony nomination for Best Actress in 2012. Gifford also starred on Broadway in "Putting it Together" and "Annie." In the fall of 2018, she wrapped post-production on "Then Came You," a film she has written, produced and starred in alongside Craig Ferguson. In April of 2019, she made her directorial debut with "THE GOD WHO SEES" the short film, shot in Israel and based on a song she co-wrote with Grammy-nominated Nicole C. Mullen. The song was nominated for a Dove award.
Gifford authored four NY Times bestselling books including "The Rock, The Road and the Rabbi", "Just When I Thought I'd Dropped My Last Egg," "I Can't Believe I Said That," and the popular children's book "Party Animals." In October of 2018, she released the children's book, "The Gift That I Can Give" with all proceeds going to Childhelp. She also launched GIFFT, a line of wine with the Scheid Family Vineyards in Monterey, CA.
Gifford lends support to numerous children's organizations including Childhelp, the International Justice Mission, and the Association to Benefit Children, which spawned Cassidy's Place and Cody House, named after her two children. She received an honorary degree from Marymount University for her humanitarian work in labor relations.