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Kate Gosselin's Letters Compiled in Third Book

February 9, 2010 (6:28 am) GMT
She wrote eight individual letters to her children in 'I Just Want You to Know' which she hopes would be a good memory for them when they are all grown ups.
Kate Gosselin

continues to find a way to feed her eight children. The mother of twins and sextuplet who recently separated from husband , is penning her third book, tentatively titled "I Just Want You to Know: Letters to My Kids on Love, Faith and Family".

The book is scheduled to be released on April 13, featuring prayers, parts from her diary, her journey from nothing to something and eight letters which are addressed to each of her children. "Each day the thought crosses my mind that when they get older, my kids are going to look back and think about how they were raised," Kate said in a statement.

"I know they will have a lot of questions about things that may not make sense because they were raised so unconventionally. I don't want them to grow up and wonder; I want them to know without a shadow of a doubt how much I love them and how much every sacrifice made was worth it for them."

Before this book, Kate Gosselin had released two New York Times bestsellers, "Multiple Blessings" and "Eight Little Faces". Beside working on the new book, Kate is slated to have her own show with TLC. In addition, she occasionally co-hosts "" with the latest appearance date set on March 11.

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