Betty White in Person

Betty White in Person

eBook - 1987
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Join Betty in 2012, looking back at this, the first book she wrote by herself during the second season of "The Golden Girls." "I was curious to see how my thinking may have changed in the intervening twenty-five years." Betty shares about the people she had been closest to, about what in this world makes her laugh, what makes her cry, what she hates and what she loves. In BETTY WHITE IN PERSON you will discover that the woman behind the endearing celebrity has always been one and the same, that her singular radiance of energy and enthusiasm springs from a vast and generous heart, and that the lady is also rather modestly wicked-smart, a factor which has played no small role in her ability to make us laugh so hard and for so long. BETTY WHITE IN PERSON has always been a wonderful book but the updated 2012 edition is a treasure, a testament to Betty's insight and intuition about how the past can shape a person's future--her future, as a writer, actress, animal lover and as a symbol of all that is right with America.
Publisher: New York : Doubleday, 1987
ISBN: 9781620710432
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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