Jimmy Fallon to publish first ‘baby’ book

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“The Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon made his first foray into the world of children’s book writing with the publication of “Snowball Fight” (geared toward ages 4 to 8) in January of this year. The comedian/talk show host has announced publication of his first official BABY book, “Your Baby’s First Word Will Be Dada,” due out June 2015.

The picture book centers on that eternal question faced by all parents: “What will baby’s first word be?”

Fallon reveals his daughter, Winnie Rose, apparently did not say ‘dada,” opting instead to address “mama” Nancy Juvonen Fallon.

People.com reports the book “serves as a hilarious how-to on coaching your kiddie to show Dad some love, with cows, sheep, horses and mice prompting their pint-sized mini-me’s to say, ‘Dada’.”

Kids book authorship is no stranger to “The Tonight Show.” Jay Leno published “If Roast Beef Could Fly” (a storybook for kids ages 4 to 8) in 2004.

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