Welcome to the World, Baby Girl! is the funny, serious, and compelling new novel by Fannie Flagg, author of the beloved Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe (and prize-winning co-writer of the classic movie).
Once again, Flagg's humor and respect and affection for her characters shine forth. Many inhabit small-town or suburban America. But this time, her heroine is urban: a brainy, beautiful, and ambitious rising star of 1970s television. Dena Nordstrom, pride of the network, is a woman whose future is full of promise, her present rich with complications, and her past marked by mystery.
Among the colorful cast of characters are:
There are others, captivated by a woman who tries to go home again, not knowing where home or love lie.
©2004 Fannie Flagg (P)2004 Random House Audio
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"ABRIDGED? You must be kidding!"
This was a wonderful book, but when I looked at the info again and saw that it was ABRIDGED, I thought why? Why would Audible be so ridiculous and even begin to sell only an ABRIDGED version of this book. I did not see an unabridged and am so disappointed in Audible and the producers of this book. Give me a break. I just finished Washington, A life - 42 hours and was thrilled. Then I find that ridiculous Audible produces an ABRIDGED version of the fabulous book. You should be ashamed!
The audiobook is abridged. Some really beautiful parts were removed, and it shows. Bit of a travesty.
If you need feel good story, about turning your life around, this is a good place to start.
"I love Fannie Flagg an amazing author and reader."
Listening to Fannie Flagg read her own books is both delightful and inspirational. I can listen to them over and over.
Everyone should read this book! The characters are so well written that you are just sure they remind you of someone! The storyline is very touching and quite surprising😍
Absolutely marvelous book! I listened while I walked and it kept me going!!! Love Fannie Flagg!!
"Fannie Flagg Scores Weaves Her Story Magic Again"
The story line. Fannie Flagg has a great why of weaving you through a story, and just when you think you know the story line it takes a sudden twist which grips you even further.
Norma - she was so pure and simple
The sewer pipe and flood.
It made me reflect on my own life which had similar situations.
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