Moore's Much-hated Freckles Inspired Her New Book

American actress JULIANNE MOORE hated her childhood freckles so much, she used them to inspire her first kids book. The 46-year-old has created an illustrated story for children - Freckleface Strawberry, which recalls Moore's own childhood, when she was teased because of the way she looked. She says, "All the things that the kids in the book say were actually to me."


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