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'A frank and intimate storyteller whose radiant spirit fills these pages, Andrews chronicles the peaks and

valleys of her life and career. This event-packed memoir is a must for fans of Andrews's life and work,

students of cinema history, and anyone who is curious about musical film production.'―Library Journal

(starred review)'Home Work is a quiet revelation. And by quiet I don't mean dull. The book is packed with

emotion, action, gossip, and fascinating tidbits about craft. The Julie Andrews we get to know is salty,

funny, passionate, hard-working, gracious, and above all, a brilliant vocalist and actress who has braved

many disappointments.'―O Magazine'Details Andrews' transformation from traveling performer to movie

star.'―Los Angeles Times, Book Club Pick'Shares reflections on Andrews's astonishing career, and

discusses her famous roles in Mary Poppins, The Sound of Music, Victor/Victoria, and more.'―Bustle

, New Celebrity Memoirs that Will Leave You Starstruck This Fall'A warm, entertaining memoir...An

insightful treat for Andrews's fans.'―Kirkus Reviews'[Home Work gives] readers long-awaited details

about [Julie Andrew's] earliest films like Mary Poppins and The Sound of Music.... Andrews continues to

approach life -- and writing -- with strength and grace.'―People'Sincere and inspiring...This charming

account of Andrews's professional and personal life will no doubt serve to make the venerated performer all

the more beloved.'―Publishers Weekly'[W]arm, graceful, and candid... This deeply pleasurable and

forthright chronicle illuminates the myriad reasons 'home work' has such profound meaning for artist and

humanitarian Andrews... [a] treasury of delectable Hollywood revelations.'―Booklist Julie Andrews's

legendary career encompasses the Broadway and London stages, as well as multiple films, television shows,

album releases, concert tours, directing assignments, and the world of children's publishing. In 2000 the title

of Dame Commander of the British Empire was bestowed upon her by Queen Elizabeth II for lifetime

achievements in the arts and humanities. Her many other honors include a Kennedy Center honor in the fall

of 2001. She was married to film director Blake Edwards for forty-one years, and the couple have five

children, ten grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Emma Walton Hamilton is an award-winning

writer, producer and arts educator. Together with her mother, Julie Andrews, she has written over thirty

books for children and young adults. Emma is on the faculty of Stony Brook University's MFA in Creative

Writing, where she serves as director of the Children's Lit Fellows and the Young Artists and Writers

Project.

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