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Candace Cameron Bure in NYC, Grand Rapids and Nashville to promote “Kind is the New Classy”

Actress, New York Times bestselling author and producer Candace Cameron Bure traveled across the country last week to promote her new book, “Kind is the New Classy: The Power of Living Graciously” (Zondervan), which released Tuesday, April 24.

Candace kicked off the tour in New York, visiting “The View,” “Fox & Friends,” SiriusXM, Newsday and Kidsday, among many others. While in New York, she held two book signings, one signing at Barnes and Noble Tribeca on Monday, April 23 and one signing at Bookends Bookstore in New Jersey on Tuesday, April 24. The crowds were immense and enthusiastic, escalating to more than 800 attendees.

Candace then headed to Grand Rapids, Mich., home to “Kind is the New Classy” publisher, Zondervan. While in Grand Rapids, she spoke with a whole host of local media, including a segment with FOX 17 Morning Mix, who went along with her to the Salvation Army Kroc Center to surprise spinning instructor Shellie Silva, who recently beat Stage 3 Ovarian Cancer. She held two signings at Baker Book House, one signing on Wednesday, April 25 and one signing on Thursday, April 26.

Candace then headed to Nashville, Tenn., for a packed signing at the Lifeway Cool Springs Crossings/Franklin store. While in Nashville, she visited with families and patients at the Seacrest Studios at Monroe Carrell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. Seacrest Studios is a partnership between Vanderbilt and Ryan Seacrest Foundation, which has been operating broadcast media centers in pediatric hospitals across the country since 2010. Children and teens from the hospital interviewed Candace, and it broadcasted live throughout the hospital. She also interviewed with Former Governor Mike Huckabee for his show, “Huckabee Live.”