The Little Guide to Betty White: Everybody Needs a Passion (Hardcover)

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The Little Guide to Betty White captures the humor, tenacity, optimism and candor of this beloved comedian, actress, and legend in her own time.

In honor of Betty's illustrious 80-plus-year career-from radio and TV variety shows to game shows and sitcoms, from Sue Ann Nivens in The Mary Tyler Moore Show to Rose Nylund in The Golden Girls -this celebration of her famous catchphrases, quips, one-liners, and words of wisdom delivers her own brand of quick-fired laughs to her millions of fans.

One of the hardest-working actresses of all time and a tiny powerhouse of talent, Betty's gained a multigenerational fan base who are drawn to her comedic talent and plucky positivity-characteristics that have seen her make the most of her exceptional life and career while remaining authentic, humble, and down to earth. As she approaches her 100th birthday in January 2022, Betty continues to trailblaze as an entertainer and amuse ever-new audiences.


"I just make it my business to get along with people so I can have fun. It's that simple."


"You're never too old for anything."


"I'm a health nut. My favorite food is hot dogs with French fries. And my exercise: I have a two-story house and a very bad memory, so I'm up and down those stairs."



Product Details
ISBN: 9781800691551
ISBN-10: 1800691556
Publisher: Orange Hippo!
Publication Date: October 26th, 2021
Pages: 192
Language: English
Series: Little Book Of...

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