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Drew Barrymore Releases New Book

TEMPO.CO, New York - Drew Barrymore released a new book on Tuesday, October 27, 2015. The last time Barrymore released a book about her life, it was 1991's "Little Girl Lost," about her troubled childhood.

Her new book is titled "Wildflower," and it reflects the positive changes in her life.

The 40-year-old actress is now married to art consultant Will Kopelman and the mother of two young daughters. She has a beauty line called Flower and runs a production company called Flower Films.

Her new film, "Miss You Already," with Toni Collette opens Nov. 6.

Barrymore says it isn't easy juggling various career demands with being a mother.

"I just don't know any mom who's like, 'Yep, I feel like I've figured it out, I've got this great system and it makes me feel guilt-free,'" she said. "I think it feels really difficult a lot of the time."

Barrymore added: "I think it's positive for my kids to see me working and loving what I do. I want to teach them responsibility and work ethic. I want them to be the kind of kids like, 'Yeah, mom worked.' Not 'work made mom not be around.'"

Wildflower talks about her life; "It's thinking about things and times in my life that were meaningful and special" she said in a recent interview with AP.



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