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". . . offers insight to women like herself who learned from their mothers to eat the lousy over-toasted bread . . ." -- USA Today
"Her fans should eat it up . . . Some good life lessons." -- Liz Smith
"In her funny, frank memoir Burnt Toast, Teri Hatcher reveals how she nurtures daughter Emerson without losing herself." -- People
"Reading [Hatchers] book is like gabbing with a funny, appealing girlfriend who is completely aware of her own neuroses . . ." -- Leslie Bennetts, Vanity Fair
In 2005, Teri Hatcher won the Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild awards for best actress in a comedy for her portrayal of Susan Mayer on the hit TV show Desperate Housewives. The Emmynominated actress also starred as Lois Lane in the TV series Lois & Clark, and has appeared in many feature films, including Spy Kids, Tomorrow Never Dies, Soapdish, andTwo Days in the Valley. A California native, she lives in Los Angeles with her daughter, Emerson Rose.See all Editorial Reviews
Currently listening to the audio discs. Disappointed that Teri Hatcher only reads the introduction and apparently the last chapter on the discs. Read morePublished 7 months ago by LK
I've had this book for several years. In fact mine has a different cover which I like better--Teri is sitting in jeans and looks more like a friend you'd like to hang out with. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Donna Hill
I was skeptical about a book by Teri Hatcher, but found that I truly enjoy it! It lets you see that everyone is "human" and life can be up/down for everyone.Published 12 months ago by LindaC
So encouraging. I completely identified with this book, and this issues it covers. I put it back to the beginning so I could reread it! So helpful!Published 23 months ago by Karen McCoy
A thoroughly engrossing book, that relates to all women.
It should be required reading for anyone with self confidence issues.
Explains the title by saying that her mom would eat burnt toast rather than throw it away. Teri says, 'We are better than that!' Thus she begins her list of thoughts. Read morePublished on August 28, 2013 by ellison