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The book, "Miles to Go," will hit stores about one year after Miley signed the reported seven-figure deal with Disney to tell her story about growing up in Tennessee and moving to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting and music.
"I am so excited to let fans in on how important my relationship with my family is to me," Cyrus said in a statement about the book. "I hope to motivate mothers and daughters to build lifetimes of memories together, and inspire kids around the world to live their dreams."
The publisher decided to work with Cyrus on the book because she is "a genuine international sensation." In a statement, Jeanne Mosure, global publisher of Disney Book Group, continued, "We are delighted to deliver her first book to families around the world. She is a terrific role model, and we are incredibly proud to give kids everywhere the opportunity to connect with her in an entirely new way. It's rare that you hear from someone her age that they want to talk about their family. How she sees her family in light of everything that she's exposed to on a daily basis is pretty incredible."
The announcement of the book's title and release date comes just days before Sunday's Golden Globes ceremony; Cyrus is nominated for the "Bolt" song "I Thought I Lost You." "I'm so stoked! I never expected to get nominated," Cyrus has said. "I can't believe I'm on the same list as Clint Eastwood, Beyoncé, Bruce Springsteen and everyone else."