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Julia Roberts talks Hazel, Phinnaeus and Charlotte's Web to Life Magazine

12/24/2006 at 05:53 AM ET

Movie star and actress, Julia Roberts, talked to Life Magazine this month about her role as a mother to twins, Hazel and Phinnaeus, 2, with husband, Danny Moder and her most recent project; Charlotte’s Web.

Good_night_maisySushiWhat are you reading to your kids now?

Good Night, Maisy. First Book of Sushi ($7), which they love and we read almost every night.

Did being a mom have anything to do with you signing on for Charlotte’s Web?

At the time they were just teeny-tiny new babies…so at the time I just remembered loving it as a child.

Have the twins seen you on the screen at all?

I think my son saw me on TV once for a split second and said "Mommy!" But when Hazel sees any mom figure in a bok she says "Mommy!"

Click here for more of the interview!

Source: Life Magazine

Thanks to CBB reader Mary Beth

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kristen on

My kids also love My First Book of Sushi! It’s such a cute book. We read it over and over :D I’d love to hear more books celebs are reading to their kiddos.


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