Candace Cameron Bure says she “cried like a child” listening to John Stamos’ tales concerning the late Bob Saget in his If You Would Have Told Me memoir, which was launched late final month.
Cameron Bure and Stamos, 60, starred alongside the late Saget on Full House from 1987 to 1995. Saget died in January 2022 at age 65 as a results of “blunt head trauma” from an “unintentional” fall.
Aside from the components about her late costar, Cameron Bure says there have been “so many tales” in Stamos’ e book that she had “by no means heard” earlier than.
“There was heaps that I did know and it was simply so lovely,” she provides. “It really was John’s coronary heart as a result of he’s a one who loves folks and values his household so very a lot. And it was simply a touching memoir.”
Cameron Bure didn’t share any particular anecdotes however talked about “issues within the early days” have been what shocked her and urged followers to “learn the e book” to allow them to expertise it themselves.
Aside from supporting her former costar, Cameron Bure has a e book undertaking of her personal this vacation season. The actress is helping with the Generous Kids Book Club launch, a month-to-month subscription of “implausible” kids’s books and animated e-books which are “selling values that matter,” Cameron Bure tells Us. “Values like giving and thoughtfulness and generosity and empathy and compassion.”
Cameron Bure’s love of youngsters’s books got here from her personal youngsters. She shares three — daughter Natasha, 25, and sons Lev, 23, and Maksim, 21 — with husband Valeri Bure.
“Reading to my youngsters, significantly after they have been youthful, it was my favourite factor to do with them,” Cameron Bure explains to Us concerning the partnership. “I like books. They’re a nice option to train classes but additionally hear what your youngsters are occupied with, and it invitations conversations.”
She recalled “studying in several voices” and making studying “a enjoyable time” along with her youngsters. With the Generous Kids Book Club, youngsters will get one e book a month together with “all types of goodies, like their stickers and collector’s card, and a few household dialogue questions — it makes it a enjoyable bundle to open.”
Not to say, the characters are recurring in every e book. While “the highlight is on a completely different character every month,” all of them seem in each e book.
“They’re so cute,” she provides, teasing Jasper the Giraffe and Ellie the Elephant. “They’ve grow to be a little household … they’re all in each e book.”
Preorders for the Generous Kids Book Club can be found now with transport beginning on Friday, December 1. Receive $10 off your first order with code: First10.
With reporting by Mandie DeCamp