Bob Marley's Daughter Pens Children's Book

She hopes her dad's fans can share the message of One Love with their kids. 


Cedella Marley, the daughter of Bob Marley, is talking about a new children's book she's authored that draws both on her father's musical legacy and his message. One Love adapts the lyrics of the Marley song of the same name to tell the story of a little girl who enlists her community to help transform her neighborhood for the better by rebuilding a local park. "It's about bringing people together, no matter what color or race. The message is to unite people through love ... People can be different, but what makes us stronger is embracing our differences," Marley says in the trailer. Her dad would probably agree that that's a message readers of all ages could stand to hear.

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