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Par Richard Schickel. 1996
A portrait of the legendary silent film director, whose pioneering efforts set the stage for the modern movie industry. Traces… his childhood on a poor Southern farm, his 1908 entry into films, his meteoric rise to the top of his profession, and his failures and disappointments later in life. 1996.
Par Richard Foot. 2013
In the early hours of January 12, 2008, seven members of a high school basketball team and their coach's wife… died instantly when their school van collided with a tractor trailer. The accident forever shattered the lives of eight families and their community. In the weeks that followed two women who lost their sons forged a bond. Ana Acevedo and Isabelle Hains were transformed by their grief into unlikely agents of courage and change. This book follows Isabelle and Ana’s long journey through the legal system that made it safer for children to travel to extracurricular activities in New Brunswick and across the country. c2013.
This book features never-before-seen photos and interviews of the Duke. The legendary icon is made real through vivid anecdotes and… observations from the insiders who worked, gambled, drank, and fought with the outsized personality that was John Wayne. 2009.
Par Ronald L Davis. 1998
Biography of movie star John Wayne, who began his Hollywood career as a summer prop mover for actor Tom Mix… at Fox Studios. Wayne was befriended by director John Ford and soon realized that a career as an actor was more interesting than that of the lawyer he had left home to become. After ten years of hard work, Wayne was a popular screen personality. 1998.
Par Drew Carey. 1997
Drew Carey writes about beginning his career as a stand-up comic in his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio, and later starring… in The Drew Carey Show. Topics include the problems with censors and what costar Mimi is really like. Strong language and explicit descriptions of sex. c1997.
Par Andy MacDonald. 1978
Par Pat Stacy, Beverly Linet. 1983
Frank, bittersweet account of the author's love affair with John Wayne. Stacy went to work as Wayne's personal secretary seven… years prior to his death, and the relationship eventually deepened. She offers a modest, endearing peek inside the life of a legend during his final years. 1983.
Par Marjorie Harris. 2009
Harris - who has been an organic gardener since the 1960s - encourages the Canadian gardener to get back to… basics. With information updated for today's society, she shows how little use pesticides and chemicals are when making a lush and abundant garden. 2009.
Par Gary Paulsen. 1993
The author of many young adult books, including "Nightjohn", recounts his life to the age of nine, 1939-1948. He tells… how he and his mother waited for his soldier father in Chicago, then joined him in the Philippines. Presents a child's view of his mother's pluck and easy virtue and of the realities of war. 1993.
Par Rachel Manley. 1996
Poet Rachel Manley, granddaughter and daughter of two of Jamaica's national leaders, tells the story of the brilliant, artistic Manley… family, and the house that nurtured them: Drumblair. Winner of the 1997 Governor General's Award for Non-fiction. 1996.
Par Donald Shepherd, Dave Grayson, Robert F Slatzer. 1986
John Wayne started his career as a bit player in "B" movies. He went on to become one of the… undisputed stars of Hollywood, despite his many contradictions. He needed the security of a family and adored children but failed three times at marriage. He drank heavily and enjoyed womanising but he did not let it interfere with his work. The lasting impression was of a gentle, honest and outspoken man. 1986.
Par John Lithgow. 2011
Autobiography of award-winning TV, stage, and big-screen star John Lithgow (born 1945). Traces the influence of Lithgow’s father, who was… an actor and director himself. Recalls Lithgow’s student days at Harvard and in England, his start in movies, and his life in New York City. Some strong language. 2011.
Par Margaret Webster. 1972
The author has performed in the theatre since the age of five when her actress-mother, Dame May Witty, put her… on the stage. This account of her life-long love affair with the entertainment world includes reminiscences of friendships with other stars. 1972.
Par Shirley MacLaine. 1970
Par Alexandra Fuller. 2001
Fuller's recollections of growing up white in civil-war-torn Rhodesia in the 1970s. She recounts her family's tragedies, including the deaths… of children and the dispossession of their home, and their struggles with racism, revolutionary politics, and survival. Strong language. Bestseller. 2001.
Par Doris Day, Aaron Edward Hotchner. 1988
The actress/singer candidly reminisces about her Pollyanna image, her triumphs and tragedies and her three disastrous marriages. Hotchner includes interviews… with her son Terry Melcher, her mother, her friends and actors James Garner, Jack Lemmon and James Stewart. 1988.
Par Martha Harron. 1988
A daughter's humourous and intimate portrait of Don Harron, the actor, comedian, and writer best-known for his character Charlie Farquharson.… Martha describes her father's successful acting career on Broadway and in London's West End after which he returned to Canada. c1988.
Par Suzanne Shelton, Ruth St. Denis. 1981
Critical biography of the interpretive dancer from age fourteen, when she launched her untraditional career under the guidance of her… mother, through her death at eighty-nine in 1968. St. Denis is often credited with being the founder of modern dance and influencing generations of performers. 1981.
Par Jacki Lyden. 1997
In this memoir Jacki Lyden recalls her mother's first nervous breakdown, when she imagined that she was the queen of… Sheba and had bequeathed Mesopotamia to her daughter. While her mother journeyed through manic-depressive states, Jacki became a foreign correspondent and travelled to actual faraway places. Some strong language. 1997.
Par David Spade. 2015
Spade takes fans back to his childhood as a wannabe cool younger brother and recounts his excruciating road-tour to fame,… when he was regularly mistaken for a fourteen year-old. He dishes about his time on SNL during the beloved Rock/Sandler/Farley era of the 1990s, and brags about the ridiculous perks that fame has brought into his life, including a crazy assistant who attacked him while he was sleeping, being threatened on the street in Beverley Hills by Eddie Murphy, and being one of the shortest guys at the Playboy mansion. 2015.