Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Little Edie...

Image from the Grey Garden's Collection

Bonjour Mes Amis! Sorry for another book post, however, I am just so excited for this special little book to come out!

The Diary of little Edie Beale written everyday for the year 1928 when she was just 11 years old is being published and comes out on August 1st.

From the Everette Collection

I can just imagine the glitz, glamour, and exclusive lifestyle she led at that age. Very excited!

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  1. Oh yes! This is the story of the famous wealthy mother and daughter who later lost their fortune or something of that nature...looks good! I am back from what was a wonderful visit in California! I so wanted to go up to Pasadena and look for your friend, Mahogany! NEXT VISIT! Anita

  2. please keep suggesting books, will never tire of it

  3. Oh I love that pic. How wonderful. Thank you. If only....

  4. The cover of the book alone makes me want to read it! Thanks! Chrissy

  5. This sounds like a time-capsule of that time period. Will look forward to its release and immersing myself in this story. Much love XO

  6. it looks simply divine!!!
    like soothing almost

    let's catch up

  7. Judith,

    Thank you for sharing this book with us! I will definitely look into it!

    Hope you have a fabulous week!


  8. Hi my sweet Judith!

    Its always a pleasure to hear from you. I cannot wait to pick this book up. I hope you and the family are well. Dana is doing alot better. She is staying with us at time until her she is well enough to travel over the mountain home to Reno, Nevada. Thank you for keeping her in your thoughts.

  9. Bonjour Judith,
    This looks like a great book, I'm sure filled with loads of funny tidbits from the mind of an 11 year old!
    Hope all is well with you.
    Bon week-end,

  10. this book will be a winner to those of us who want to peek into the glamorous past.

  11. I watched the HBO biopic about her, with Drew Barrymore. She seems like a fun person to read about.

  12. Just found this blog. How truly wonderful it is. How Big Edie and Little Edie ended up can be seen in the wonderful and wacky documentary called Grey Gardens. I know it can be rented on Netflix if you never happened to catch it on Sundance.


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