Tuesday, May 17, 2011

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Seven-time Emmy winner Betty White's wit and wisdom take center stage as she tackles topics like friendship, romantic love, aging, television, fans, love for animals, and the brave new world of celebrity. Drawing from from a lifetime of lessons learned, If You Ask Me mixes her thoughtful observations with humorous stories from a seven-decade career in Hollywood. Longtime fans and new fans alike will relish Betty's candid take on everything from the unglamorous reality behind red carpet affairs, to her beauty regimen ("I have no idea what color my hair is, and I never intend to find out"), to the Facebook campaign that helped persuade her to host Saturday Night Live despite having turned down the hosting job three times over the course of her career.

Dick Van Dyke, indisputedly one of the greats of the golden age of television, is admired and beloved by audiences the world over for his beaming smile, his physical dexterity, his impeccable comic timing, his ridiculous stunts, and his unforgettable screen roles.
His trailblazing television program, The Dick Van Dyke Show was one of the popular sitcoms of the 1960's and introduced another majoe television star, Mary Tyler Moore. But Dick Van Dyke was also an enormously engaging movie star whose films, including Mary Poppins and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, have been discovered by a new generation of fans and are as beloved today as they were when they first appeared. Who doesn't know the word
A colorful, loving, richly detailed look at the decades of a multilayered lifeMy Lucky Life In and Out of Show Business will enthrall every generation of reader, from baby boomers who recall when Rob Petrie became a household name, to all those still enchanted by Bert's "Chim Chim Cher-ee." This is a lively, heartwarming memoir of a performer who still thinks of himself as a "simple song-and-dance man," but who is, in every sense of the word, a classic entertainer.

Bookmarked for Death, by Lorna Barrett
Brothers of Baker Street, by Michael Robertson
Classifies as Murder, by Miranda James
Color of Your Skin, by Michael R. Phillips
A Day to Pick Your Own Cotton, by Michael R. Phillips
Eve, by Iris Johansen
The Judgment, by Beverly Lewis
Leaving, by Karen Kingsbury
Miss Julis Hits the Road, by Ann B. Ross
Perfect Blend, by Trish Perry
The Reading Promise, by Alice Ozma
Sarah's Gift, by Marta Perry
Spackled and Spooked, by Jennie Bentley
Surrender the Heart, by M. L. Tyndall
Surrender the Night, by M. L. Tyndall
Tea for Two, by Trish Perry
10th Anniversary, by James Patterson
The Thorn, by Beverly Lewis
Together Is All We Need, by Michael R. Phillips
Tomorrow's Garden, by Amanda Cabot
A Turn in the Road, by Debbie Macomber
West of Here, by Jonathan Evison

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