Candace Cameron Bure She says she “cried like a baby” as she listened John StamosStories about the late Bob Saget in his book If you had told me The memos were issued late last month.
“I actually listened to it in audio and he narrates it and it’s very good. “It was a beautiful book,” Cameron Bure, 47, tells EXCLUSIVELY Us Weekly While promoting a generous children’s book club. “The final chapter of it was about Bob and, kind of, closing out that part of his life — and it was really beautiful.”
Cameron Bure and Stamos, 60, starred in the film alongside the late Saget Full house from 1987 to 1995. Saget died in January 2022 at the age of 65 as a result of “blunt head trauma” resulting from an “accidental” fall.
Aside from the parts about her late co-star, Cameron Bure says there are “a lot of stories” in Stamos’ book that you’ve “never heard” before.
“There was a lot that I knew, and it was very beautiful,” she adds. “This was really heartfelt for John because he’s someone who loves people and values his family so much. And it was just a moving memoir.”
Cameron Bure didn’t share any specific anecdotes but mentioned that it was “the stuff in the early days” that surprised her and urged fans to “read the book” so they can experience it for themselves.
Aside from supporting her former co-star, Cameron Bure has a book project of her own this holiday season. The actress is helping to launch the Generous Children’s Book Club, a monthly subscription of “awesome” children’s books and animated e-books that “reinforce important values,” says Cameron Bure. we. “Values such as giving, thoughtfulness, generosity, empathy, and compassion.”
Cameron Bure’s love for children’s books came from her children. She has three children – daughter Natasha, 25, and sons Lev, 23, and Maxim, 21 – with her husband. Valerie Burri.
“Reading to my kids, especially when they were younger, was my favorite thing to do with them,” Cameron Bure says. we About the partnership. “I love books. They’re a great way to teach lessons and also hear what your kids are thinking, and they invite conversations.”
She recalled “reading in different voices” and making reading a “quality time” with her children. Through the generous Kids’ Book Club, kids will receive one book a month plus “all kinds of goodies, like stickers, collectible cards, and some family discussion questions — making it a fun package to open.”
Not to mention that the characters are repeated in every book. While “spotlighting a different character each month,” they all appear in each book.
“They’re so cute,” she adds, teasing Jasper the giraffe and Ellie the elephant. “They become a little family… They’re all in every book.”
Pre-orders for Generous Kids Book Club are available now with shipping starting Friday, December 1. Get $10 off your first order using code: First10.
With reporting by Mandy DeCamps