NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Beloved motivational speaker and Inside Edition national correspondent, Megan Alexander, is branching out beyond television with a heartwarming children’s picture book this holiday season with, “One More Hug,” already a No. 1 best seller on Amazon. CLICK HERE for yours.

Along with “One More Hug,” Alexander released the affectionate children’s song, “One More,” which she co-wrote with Lucas Hoge and Michael Hunter Ochs. CLICK HERE to watch the music video or listen here on iTunes.

Both projects are winning over parents and national media, including adored radio host Delilah lauding “One More Hug” is a “is a sweet little picture book chock-full of unconditional love and self-reliance… and is the perfect book to share with a child, demonstrating that fears and worries are natural, normal, and ok to talk about. After all, a chat with mom and one more hug solves just about any problem life can throw at you!”

Recently, Alexander was on Hallmark Channel’s “Home and Family” and opened up about her inspiration behind the project in this interview, here. She also appeared on Fox News’ podcast Livin’ The Bream with anchor Shannon Bream and showcased the book and song in this episode of Inside Edition

“One More Hug” is the perfect holiday segment this season. To book Megan Alexander, email
More on “One More Hug”:
From Inside Edition’s national correspondent Megan Alexander comes a heartwarming picture book in the tradition of The Wonderful Things You Will Be that shows us there’s always time for one more hug as a young boy starts his day and his journey through life. A tree branch tapping on a window, a pretend sword breaking in two, the skreeeetch of a school bus door: one more hug by mom is always needed to comfort and reassure a young boy that he has the inner confidence to carry on. As time passes, and he outgrows his childhood fears, he returns the favor by giving his mother one more hug as he goes on his way. This timeless tale of unconditional love and comfort for an anxious young boy as he leaves the nest and starts his journey through life is a perfect story for mothers to share with their sons to show them that it’s okay to have fears and needs—even as they get older—and it’s okay to share those feelings with the people who love them.

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