Julianne Moore reportedly has written a children's book based on her own childhood.
That Julianne Moore can act very well, no one would doubt it. But what if the actress gives hand at penning book?
Yes, the movie siren is writing a book for children which is based on her own childhood experience. The book, titled "Freckleface Strawberry," tells the story of a girl who is teased about her appearance that she later on decided to wear a ski mask to school, before eventually realizing that it's okay to be different, because everyone is.
"A lot of it is based on my own experiences," Moore said on the book adding that the phrases the characters use in the book, including "You look dirty" and "Can I smell them?," are the things that were said to her while she was growing up.
"Freckleface Strawberry" is scheduled to be released on September 19th.
As of her acting career, Moore is having three movie projects to be done, they are "Blindness", "Boone's Lick", and "Hateship, Friendship, Courtship".