Hilary Duff shares inspiration behind 1st children’s book, ‘My Little Brave Girl’

The “Younger” actress also reflects on what 30-year-old Lizzie McGuire would be like today.
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Transcript for Hilary Duff shares inspiration behind 1st children’s book, ‘My Little Brave Girl’
Visit getvaccineanswers.org so you can make an informed decision when vaccines are available to you. We are back with Hilary duff, the star of younger" now debuting a new children's book called "My little brave girl" and janai Norman sat down with talk to her about it. This morning, actress -- In business sometimes who you think are your friends are your biggest competitor. Reporter: Singer. And mom. Hilary duff is now the author of "My little brave girl," a children's book. This is a book a little bit about like dipping your toe in and diving in head first and taking chances and the beauty comes with taking brave steps. I hope it touches many families and stays in bedrooms and is red to many generations of kids. What do you want them to walk away with it feeling. If ig this year we have all had to remember that kindness and caring which is a part of humanity, you know, and needs to be instilled from such a young age. Reporter: She was inspired to write the book late one night while feeding her daughter, who she felt suddenly had to be brave herself. All of a sudden I started working 16-hour days again and just like that, left her, you know, with someone else. I was just thinking how brave she has to be. Girls have to, you know, be brave in so many ways. Reporter: The mom of two preparing to welcome another baby with husband Matthew. How does it feel? We're excited and I'm a little overwhelmed that it's happening soon. We also got a puppy a couple of months ago. I'm kind of one of those people that want the plate completely full. So full that she's just wrapped the final season of her show "Younger." It was a challenge at times. A couple scares where we had to quarantine and luckily not too many people got sick and no one got seriously sick. Reporter: In addition to saying good-bye to "Younger" she announced no longer plans to reboot fan favorite "Lizzie Mcguire" was it hard for you once the idea of telling Lizzie Mcguire's story as a 30 year was out the window? Yeah, it was a big disappointment obviously. I will forever be grateful for the two episodes that we did shoot. It was a really special two weeks of my life. If you could go back, what do you think she would be like? I think she would be quirky. I think that she would struggle with confidence, but I think at the end of the day she finds her footing. That's what's so lovely about her and that's what's so relatable is that she doesn't have all the answers right away but eventually she's on the right path. Reporter: For "Good morning America," janai Norman, ABC news, New York. Thanks to janai for that. "My little brave girl" is out March 23

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