Girls get ready! Justin Bieber, the youngest male solo top artist to hit the Billboard chart with a number one debut album since Stevie Wonder in 1963, has a new book by Harper Collins, “Justin Bieber: First Step 2 Forever: My Story” The book is the memoir of the 16-year-old pop-singer who makes “good grilled cheese” and “likes the girls.”
The book itself was written by Justin to debunk internet rumors and myths. He does so in street slang and tweets telling his readers that he wore white on his first date, ate spaghetti and that Chuck Norris is not his real dad. It describes his career in a 240 page volume written specifically for those “GIRLS” as he calls his fans in the book, from humble beginnings in Canada, the land of “maple syrup and Caramilk bars,” to his global super stardom.
Bieber seems very fond of capitalization in his book so be prepared to read much of it.
But all of it is not about his “AWESOME” life as he calls it but of the hard times too in which he lived with his mom Pattie Mallette in public housing. He also opens up about his parent’s divorce and describes his positive relationship with his grandparents.
At the end, the book is aimed for tweens who love Bieber, but prepared to find much repetition. You’re probably better off saving the babysitting money by reading his tweets, buying his tunes, and attending his concerts than buying his memoir.
But if you really have the extra cash and really want to be his “favorite girl”, spend it on the book.
Canadian icon, Gordon Pinsent, read some lines of Bieber’s memoir.
Bieber, Justin. “Justin Bieber: First Step 2 Forever.” HarperCollins.com