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Fri Nov 28 06:02:45 CAT 2014

Justin Bieber to publish second book

AFP Relaxnews | 24 February, 2012 11:34
Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber performs on stage during his concert in Manila. File photo.
Image by: REUTERS/Stringer/Files

Just nine days shy of Justin Bieber's 18th birthday, HarperCollins announced on Monday that the Canadian pop idol is publishing his second book.

"Justin is dominating the world of pop culture, and we are excited to be publishing the next chapter of his sensational career," Susan Katz, president and publisher of HarperCollins Children's Books, stated in the release.

Fans can expect to see the book, titled Justin Bieber: Just Getting Started, hit retailers in September.

It will consist mostly of photographs of the star, his family and friends, and various artists he has worked with.

Many shots were taken in the studio during the recording of his holiday album Under the Mistletoe as well as on tour.

His first book, Justin Bieber: First Step 2 Forever: My Story, released in 2010 and has been published in 25 different languages and sold more than one million copies worldwide.

"Being able to share my story with my fans through these books is an absolute privilege," Bieber said in a release. "I can't wait to show them more about my life on tour and in the studio in this next book."


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