‘Property Brothers’ Announce Their New Children’s Book and They Are ‘Excited’ to Share Its Cover
Drew and Jonathan Scott of “Property Brothers” will release their second children’s book.
On Instagram, the TV personalities shared a video of puzzle pieces coming together to reveal the cover of their newest book, titled “Builder Brothers: Better Together.”
“We have been dreamers our whole lives, and it’s incredible to think we can take our childhood stories and inspire a new generation of kids."
It is a follow-up to their last year’s “Builder Brothers: Big Plans,” which tells the inspiring story of two brothers who want to design the ultimate double-checker doghouse for their puppies, Gracie and Stewie. The book includes a fun DIY activity where children can get creative.
Drew, 40, wrote on Instagram: “BIG NEWS! Our second children’s book, ‘Builder Brothers: Better Together,’ is coming this fall and we’re so excited to share the cover with all of you!”
Meanwhile, Jonathan, also 40, wrote: “We’re so excited to unveil the cover of our second children’s book with all of you.”
“We have been dreamers our whole lives, and it’s incredible to think we can take our childhood stories and inspire a new generation of kids,” Jonathan said in an interview with PEOPLE.
Aside from children’s books, the HGTV stars released two books – 2016 renovation guide titled “Dream Home” and their 2017 memoir “It Takes Two.” The latter made it to the New York Time’s Bestsellers List.
CLOSELY FOLLOWED LIVES
The brothers have gained a massive following over the years. They have also become more open about their private lives.
Last year, Drew and his new wife Linda Phan shared photos of their wedding to their fans.
Drew and 31-year-old Phan tied the knot in Italy in May 2018. About 300 of the couple’s close friends and family were flown in from the US, Canada, Scotland, and Latin America to witness the ceremony.
The wedding was also documented for a TLC special, "Property Brothers: Linda And Drew Say I Do.”
The pair met in 2010 during the Toronto Fashion Week and became engaged in December 2016. Since then, Phan became the creative director for Scott Brothers Global.