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"I reread Betty White in individual and that i used to be interested, naturally―because it was once approximately ME. yet i used to be additionally intrigued by way of my viewpoint of television twenty-five years in the past, little dreaming that this previous wide may nonetheless be putting round and nonetheless be within the similar company, and speaking approximately an digital variation of this book!” this is often the 1st ebook Betty White wrote by way of herself, and was once written through the moment season of "The Golden Girls." She stocks concerning the humans she have been closest to, approximately what during this international makes her snigger, what makes her cry, what she hates and what she loves. during this publication you'll find that the girl at the back of the endearing famous person has regularly been one and a similar, that her singular radiance of strength and exuberance springs from an enormous and beneficiant middle, and that the woman can also be fairly modestly wicked-smart, an element which has performed no small position in her skill to make us snigger so challenging and for thus lengthy. BETTY WHITE IN individual has continuously been a superb e-book yet now it's a treasure, a testomony to Betty’s perception and instinct approximately how the prior can form a person’s future—her destiny, as a author, actress, animal lover and as a logo of all that's correct with the USA.

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