LEANN'S BOOK COULD BE HEADED TO SMALL SCREEN

When LeAnn Rimes and her husband Dean Sheremet wrote their first children's book, "Jag,' they were pleasantly surprised by the public's enthusiasm for the book. Recently they released the second one, "Jag's New Friend" - and now there's talk of turning "Jag" into an animated TV series. "Hopefully, it will happen in the next year," reported LeAnn. The accomplished singer and her hubby are already working on a third "Jag" book, which will share many life lessons that LeAnn herself learned while growing up in the spotlight. "The books are lightly and loosely based on my experiences as a kid," she said. "Even as an adult I think in 'Jag's New Friend' the biggest lesson in this book is being accountable for your actions and learning to be honest and learning who your true friends are."

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