Tiff has launched Maxi and the Magical Money Tree, a book published by Harper Collins which is aimed at children and teenagers - it is available in bookstores now along with "You Beauty!". According to a recent news article, her new children's book tells the story of a girl who discovers a money tree growing at her own home. It's aim is to teach kids to respect money and ask the question, would more money really make me happier? Apparently the book came about when Tiff was planning her wedding to long term boyfriend Ed Kavalee. Themes it deals with are greed, money, popularity, identity and bullying. Don't forget to grab a copy now. For more information, check out Tiff's newly updated official website.
"Maxine Edwards is used to insects climbing between the floorboards in her family's run-down house, but she is very surprised when she discovers banknotes creeping through the cracks into her bedroom. Where has the money come from and who does it belong to? The answer to the mystery lies somewhere in the house, but in the meantime, what is Maxi to do with this money? And by taking just one note, the trouble begins."