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Discussing everything, from friendship, love, and anger, to romance, sex, loneliness, aging, and death, the television actress shares her thoughts and experiences of life
Betty White from books.google.com
Filled with photos, If You Ask Me is funny, sweet, and straight to the point—just like Betty.
Betty White from books.google.com
Covers in depth Betty's career, but also intrudocues the reader to her life outside television including her life before television, her years with Allen Ludden and teh years that follow as well as her work on behalf of animals.
Betty White from books.google.com
Recounts in graphic novel format the life and career of actress Betty White, known for her roles as Sue Ann Nivins on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and Rose Nyland on "Golden Girls," and for continuing to work into the twenty-first century.
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Betty & Friends is a love letter to those zoos, to their dedicated workers, and especially to the animals in them—from Gita the elephant, whom Betty used to take for walks; to Bruno the orangutan, who flaunts his affections for Betty; to ...
Betty White from books.google.com
So one day before bath time, Harry runs away. He plays outside all day long, digging and sliding in everything from garden soil to pavement tar. By the time he returns home, Harry is so dirty he looks like a black dog with white spots.
Betty White from books.google.com
It's clear that Betty won't stop TV appearances until the end of her life. This is something she truly enjoys and it is very evident.
Betty White from books.google.com
Packed with wonderful anecdotes about famous personalities and friendships, stories of Betty’s off-screen life, and the comedienne’s trademark humor, this deliciously entertaining book will give readers an entrée into Betty’s ...
Betty White from books.google.com
After losing his eyesight in 1993, Father Joseph Maher overcame depression and his loss of a desire to live. But, with the help of loving friends, he was able to continue his minstry on a parish level until his death in 1998.