“A chatty, readable account…with inspiring cheerfulness.” —The New York Times
" [An] entertaining and insightful autobiography. White’s love of friends, family, work, and animals comes shining through these pages, as does her high-energy pleasant personality.”
Betty White has been on television for over sixty years, beginning in 1949. She has starred in many successful series, made numerous guest appearances on game and talk shows, and narrated the Tournament of Roses Parade for twenty years and the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade for ten.
White has received 6 Emmy awards and 18 Emmy nominations. In 2010 she was presented with the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award.. She is also the recipient of three American Comedy Awards (including a Lifetime Achievement Award in 1990), and two Viewers for Quality Television Awards. She was inducted into the Television Hall of Fame in 1995 and has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
She is the author of three previous books and lives in Los Angeles.
What a warm woman and what a wonderful book. She is as optimistic as anyone I've ever read about. She's also naturally funny and seems nice to everyone. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Kathey Coonce
I am so in love with be with this TV Icon. Great book - I heard her voice in every word.Published 1 month ago by Annabel Lee
This book was boring, not very informative. I expected an an exciting anecdotal type of book. Betty White is such an exciting woman who's done a lot in her life and I expected to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bernice Batt
Suppose you were looking back over a long career that would eventually encompass a 70-year period, involving appearances in over 100 television programs and receptions of 26 major... Read morePublished 2 months ago by timcon1964
Got this to read to my 90 year old mom. Thought this would be a little more entertaining . It is a little slow.Published 3 months ago by S Miller
WAS JUST OK. UNLESS YOU ARE A DIE-HARD BETTY WHITE FAN, IT WAS NOTHING SPECIAL. :-\Published 4 months ago by Ronald Lupo