Actress Drew Barrymore arrives for the 2014 Women's Leadership Award honoring Stella McCartney at Alice Tully Hall in New York, Nov. 13, 2014. Reuters/Carlo Allegri

Drew Barrymore has penned another book, and recently unveiled the cover for her latest creation titled “Wildflower.”

The 40-year-old actress revealed the cover of her new book on July 20, and it shows her seemingly floating in mid-air while holding a pretty flower, E!News reported. The “Charlie’s Angel” star looked lovely and happy in the picture, her ponytail in a slight swish.

“Wildflower” is a collection of autobiographical essays describing Barrymore’s life, from growing up in Hollywood to discovering the joys of motherhood. Dutton Publishing revealed that the book will include stories about the actress’ adventures, such as being stuck in a gas station overhang on a cross-country trip, and lessons she learned that led to the most important thing in her life: motherhood.

It's the third book for the “Blended” star. The best-seller “Little Girl Lost” was written when Barrymore was just 14 years old. It chronicled her young life and the time she spent in rehab, including her struggles as a child actress. Her second book, titled “Find It In Everything,” showcased Barrymore’s photography skills and her apparent love for hearts.

“Wildflower” will be out in stores on Oct. 27.