A book of life lessons from the host of Al rojo vivo (Telemundo) will hit stores in May 2009

By People Staff
April 23, 2008 03:00 PM
Cortesía de Crossover Agency

María Celeste Arrarás will share the lessons she’s learned from motherhood in a book, which will be available in Spanish and English in May 2009, the journalist’s rep Joe Bonilla said in a press release.

“This is a book that I’ve been writing my whole life, and one I would like to have had in my hands when I was [pregnant],” the 47-year-old executive director of Al rojo vivo con María Celeste Arrarás said of the book, whose title hasn’t been announced.

With the book, the Puerto Rican TV personality hopes to pass on life lessons to her children: 10-year-old Julián, 8-year-old Adrián and 7-year-old Lara Giuliana. “It’s calming to know that my children will have this model that will serve as a guide and help them stay focused during life’s turbulent journey,” she expressed.

This will be the third book from Arrarás, whose first work El secreto de Selena: la reveladora historia detrás de su trágica muerte, an investigative work dealing with the murder of the late Tejano singer, was published in 1997. Last year, the journalist put out her second book, a children’s book called El bastón mágico.