Just Being Audrey

This is Audrey Hepburn as a little girl, an actress, an icon, an inspiration; this is Audrey just being Audrey.

Just Being Audrey

From Roman Holiday to Breakfast at Tiffany's, when Audrey Hepburn starred in a movie, she lit up the screen. Her unique sense of fashion, her grace, and, most important, her spirit made her beloved by generations. But her life offscreen was even more luminous. As a little girl growing up in Nazi-occupied Europe, she learned early on that true kindness is the greatest measure of a person—and it was a lesson she embodied as she became one of the first actresses to use her celebrity to shine a light on the impoverished children of the world through her work with UNICEF. This is Audrey Hepburn as a little girl, an actress, an icon, an inspiration; this is Audrey just being Audrey.

Just Being Jackie

A stunning and inspirational nonfiction picture book about the life and style of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis from Margaret Cardillo and Julia Denos, the team that created Just Being Audrey.

Just Being Jackie

A stunning and inspirational nonfiction picture book about the life and style of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis from Margaret Cardillo and Julia Denos, the team that created Just Being Audrey. Jackie Kennedy was an American icon of style and grace—but there was steel under that style. Her poise under fire, intelligence, and tireless work as First Lady earned her the respect of leaders worldwide and made her beloved by generations. Jackie’s legacy also extended beyond her time in public life. She was a talented journalist, a preservationist who secured the legacy of national landmarks, and an editor of award-winning books. The creators of Just Being Audrey have brought us another insightful, dazzling book about the real woman behind the famous name, who was so much more than first appearances.

Being Audrey Hepburn

You sure he isn't just being nice?” she asked. “He is nice, very nice. And yes, I
think he really loves all the dresses. I'm pretty sure he used the word 'genius,' ” I
said. “He's even envious I don't wear his designs.” Jess beamed with satisfaction,
 ...

Being Audrey Hepburn

In Being Audrey Hepburn, Clarissa Explains It All-creator, Mitchell Kriegman, tells the story of a 19-year-old girl from Jersey who finds herself thrust into the world of socialites after being seen in Audrey Hepburn's dress from the film Breakfast at Tiffany's. Lisbeth comes from a broken home in the land of tube tops, heavy eyeliner, frosted lip-gloss, juiceheads, hoop earrings and "the shore." She has a circle of friends who have dedicated their teenage lives to relieve the world of all its alcohol one drink at a time. Obsessed with everything Audrey Hepburn, Lisbeth is transformed when she secretly tries on Audrey's iconic Givenchy. She becomes who she wants to be by pretending to be somebody she's not and living among the young and privileged Manhattan elite. Soon she's faced with choices that she would never imagine making – between who she's become and who she once was. In the tradition of The Nanny Diaries and The Devil Wears Prada, this is a coming of age story that all begins with that little black dress...

Audrey Hepburn

He couldn't live with himself just being Audrey Hepburn's husband.”82 FOR
MANY, the role Audrey Hepburn was “born to play” most of all was Holly Golightly
in Breakfast at Tiffany's. Years later, in her oddly restrained way, she called it “the
 ...

Audrey Hepburn

The most ambitious and personal account ever written about Hollywood's most gracious star-Audrey Hepburn by Barry Paris is a "moving portrayal" (The New York Times Book Review) that truly captures the woman who captured our hearts... With the insights of family and friends who never before spoke to a Hepburn biographer-and never-before-published photographs-Paris has created an in-depth portrait of the actress, from her childhood in Nazi-occupied Europe, through her legendary career, and into her UN ambassadorship.

How to be Lovely

The Audrey Hepburn Way of Life Melissa Hellstern ... "I knew how difficult it had
to be to be married to a world celebrity, recognized everywhere, usually second-
billed on the ... He couldn't live with himself just being Audrey Hepburn's husband
.

How to be Lovely

A rare glimpse into the woman behind the mystique and the definitive guide to living genuinely with glamour and grace. “Living is like tearing through a museum. Not until later do you really start absorbing what you saw, thinking about it, looking it up in a book and remembering—because you can’t take it all in at once.”—Audrey Hepburn On many occasions, Audrey Hepburn was approached to pen her autobiography, the definitive book of Audrey, yet she never agreed. A beloved icon who found success as an actress, a mother, and a humanitarian, Audrey Hepburn perfected the art of gracious living. More philosophy than biography, How to Be Lovely revisits the many interviews Audrey gave over the years, allowing us to hear her voice directly on universal topics of concern to women the world over: careers, love lives, motherhood and relationships. Enhanced by rarely seen photographs, behind-the-scenes stories, and insights from the friends who knew her well, How to Be Lovely uncovers the real Audrey, in her own words.

Here and Now

This lush picture book is a fantastic tool for engaging children 3-7 who are schooling from home who are eager to feel connected to their world while managing new anxieties.

Here and Now

​A stunning celebration of mindfulness, meditation, and enjoying each moment, from the team behind the award-winning Windows. This lush picture book is a fantastic tool for engaging children 3-7 who are schooling from home who are eager to feel connected to their world while managing new anxieties.

Fifth Avenue 5 A M

He couldn't livewith himself just being Audrey Hepburn's husband.” He
grewangry. “It's true thatMel was puritanical in his outlook,” said Robert Wolders. “
Audrey Wilder told me that after they made Love in the Afternoon, the cast was at
a ...

Fifth Avenue  5 A M

DIV Before Breakfast at Tiffany’s Audrey Hepburn was still a little-known actress with few film roles to speak of; after it – indeed, because of it - she was one of the world’s most famous fashion, style and screen icons. It was this film that matched her with Hubert de Givenchy’s “little black dress”. Meanwhile, Truman Capote’s original novel is itself a modern classic selling huge numbers every year, and its high-living author of perennial interest. Now, this little book tells the story of how it all happened: how Audrey got the role (for which at first she wasn’t considered, and which she at first didn’t want); how long it took to get the script right; how it made Blake Edwards’ name as a director after too many trashy films had failed to; and how Henry Mancini’s soundtrack with its memorable signature tune ‘Moon River’ completed the irresistible package. This is the story of how one shy, uncertain, inexperienced young actress was persuaded to take on a role she at first thought too hard-edged and amoral – and how it made Audrey Hepburn into gamine, elusive Holly Golightly in the little black dress - and a star for the rest of her life. /div

Audrey Hepburn An Elegant Spirit

I want to put in writing some of the things I have to say so that you will have a
chance to think about it and not be so willing to dismiss ... It is not intended that
you lash out at anybody, just be yourself which is exactly how the article portrays
you.

Audrey Hepburn  An Elegant Spirit

The son of the celebrated actress recounts the life of his mother, her most noted performances, and her work as a goodwill ambassador for UNICEF, along with events in his own life.

The Diary of Audrey Malone Frayer

A hunch told him she had to be. Did Audrey recruit his help, so she could finally
make peace with her best friend? The fact that he thought about the idea as
being Audrey's need for reconciliation only meant to him that it had to be done.

The Diary of Audrey Malone Frayer

When four friends get together to use a mystical Ouija board, they are astonished when they come into contact with the restless spirit of a teenage girl from New Jersey, who lived her life during the 1970s. They soon find themselves wandering through the woods at night in search of her diary. However, once they begin to read it they are treated to an unexpected tale filled with unspeakable acts and heinous brutal crimes. It becomes apparent that the restless soul of young Audrey Malone Frayer has unfinished business, which she needs tending to and it appears she’s chosen them to help her. In this second novel by Jason Medina, author of “No Hope for the Hopeless at Kings Park,” we are treated to a special story that ties an adolescent girl’s troubled times of the 1970s with the lives of four young people in the present, particularly the character named Jay, who feels especially attached to Audrey’s spirit. Somehow he forms a bond with her, while reading her diary, which takes control of him making him obsessed with trying to help her take care of her unfinished business. He feels like there is a connection between them that he cannot ignore, although the meaning of that connection remains a mystery to him. It begins to haunt him almost immediately from the moment he first made contact with her spirit. Will he be able to figure out the connections between the past and the present in time, before it is too late? Someone’s life may very well depend upon it and it could be his own!

Cravings

I'm just going to 'be myself' as I act pretty?” Her eyes narrowed. “Yeah.” I bit my lip
. “I'm not exactly pretty. In fact, I may be the exact opposite.” Audrey threw her
hands in the air. “What are you talking about? Have you seen yourselflately?

Cravings

"A person should eat to live, not live to eat," Mom reminded me with a frown directed at the syrup bottle I was clutching. She just doesnt understand that sometimes Mrs. Butterworth, Chef Boyardee, and Sarah Lee are the only friends I have in the world. Meet Maud Grover, a sarcastic, antisocial fourteen-year-old who eats her feelings and talks to food. During her first terrifying year of high school, she meets four people who will change her life: An Enemy - Gabby, a skinny cheerleader craving the limelight A Friend - Audrey, a theatrical hopeless romantic craving the ideal A Crush - Zeek, a dashing socialite craving popularity A Confidant - Black Jack, a roguish sk8ter craving authenticity In this story about food, flaws, failings, and faith, each will show Maud who she truly is.

Audrey Wait

"Now you're just being dramatic." "Um, excuse me, did you not just see what
happened?!" "Hey, Aud, that was an awesome song!" Kids waved at me as if I'd
written The Song. As if I would write it! "Good thing you broke up with him!" "
Audrey ...

Audrey  Wait

California high school student Audrey Cuttler dumps self-involved Evan, the lead singer of a little band called The Do-Gooders. Evan writes, ?Audrey, Wait!,? a break-up song that?s so good it rockets up the billboard charts. And Audrey is suddenly famous! Now rabid fans are invading her school. People is running articles about her arm-warmers. The lead singer of the Lolitas wants her as his muse. (And the Internet is documenting her every move!) Audrey can?t hang out with her best friend or get with her new crush without being mobbed by fans and paparazzi. Take a wild ride with Audrey as she makes headlines, has outrageous amounts of fun, confronts her ex on MTV, and gets the chance to show the world who she really is.

What Would Audrey Do

Now, remembering the time before Audrey's death is troubling for Rob. “When
Audrey became ill, I asked her—this was a few months before the end—"What if
we had just spent the years that we had been fortunate enough to be together?

What Would Audrey Do

From the New York Times bestselling author of Audrey Style comes a charming guide to Audrey Hepburn?inspired living for the modern woman Audrey Hepburn epitomized grace and style, not only in her appearance but in her very essence. Whether in fashion, relationships, her work on the screen, or for UNICEF and her home life, there is no one more worthy of imitation. How did she do it? What Would Audrey Do? is the answer: a complete Audrey primer, with rich anecdotes and insight from the people who knew her best, and Audrey-inspired lessons in loveliness, including: · Dating advice from the woman who enjoyed romances with John F. Kennedy, William Holden, and Albert Finney · What made her an icon, and how to apply her style choices to twenty-first-century clothes, makeup, and accessories · Raising children, trying to raise husbands, and making home life balanced in every way · How to travel, what to pack, and maintaining your cool on the road · Using renown (long before Angelina and Bono got all the press) to help others around the world · Insight into her rich interior life and the discipline, intelligence, and generosity that made her so compelling In an era fraught with selfishness, flamboyance, and sensational headlines, Audrey as a role model is precisely what the world needs.

Little Audrey

She's gonna be a woman before me and Hazel get started. “You got any funny
books to trade?” Grace says to me. She is just being polite. She knows dern well
we don't. Sometimes we find one that somebody has pitched out, but for the most
 ...

Little Audrey

"What else would you wish for?" Daddy says. "If you could have anything in the world, what would you wish for?" I shrug. "Oh, I don't know. Maybe . . ." "Maybe what?" "For us to live better than we do." He does not say anything. In 1948, award-winning author Ruth White lived in Jewell Valley, a coal camp nestled between the hills of southwestern Virginia, with her mother, still mourning for a baby who died four years earlier; her father, who spent the weekends and most of his pay out drinking; and her three older sisters, Audrey, Yvonne, and Eleanor. Told in Audrey's voice, this is how the author imagines Audrey's experiences during a time of great trauma for the White family – and what happened before they were able to live a better life. This snapshot of life in a coal camp, complete with everyday heartaches and joys – as well as stories, songs, and jokes – is Ruth White's most personal work to date. Little Audrey is a 2009 Bank Street - Best Children's Book of the Year.

Oh Yeah Audrey

“She just seems to know how to get things done. She wasn't waiting for someone
else to take care of her. If she'd wanted that, she would have stayed home in
Texas. But she said screw it, I'm out of here, even though things would be hard
and ...

Oh Yeah  Audrey

It’s 5:00 a.m. on Fifth Avenue, and 16-year-old Gemma Beasley is standing in front of Tiffany & Co. wearing the perfect black dress with her coffee in hand—just like Holly Golightly. As the cofounder of a successful Tumblr blog—Oh Yeah Audrey!—devoted to all things Audrey Hepburn, Gemma has traveled to New York in order to meet up with her fellow bloggers for the first time. She has meticulously planned out a 24-hour adventure in homage to Breakfast at Tiffany’s; however, her plans are derailed when a glamorous boy sweeps in and offers her the New York experience she’s always dreamed of. Gemma soon learns who her true friends are and that, sometimes, no matter where you go, you just end up finding yourself.Filled with hip and sparkling prose, Oh Yeah, Audrey! is as much a story of friendship as it is a love letter to New York, Audrey Hepburn, and the character she made famous: Holly Golightly.

Age Is Just a Number

he trip was fabulous, the nightly shows wonderful and Audrey had one more
concert to perform before they arrived back in Sydney. It was to be two nights
before they arrived so she had a few free nights to enjoy herself. The night of the
Talent ...

Age Is Just a Number

Emily Saunders, an eighty-five-year-old widow of means, lives in an affluent suburb of Brisbane and has everything she needs, but she is lonely. Her family does not have the time to check on her because of their busy lives. She phones her friend Audrey Thomas, also a widow, and asks her to accompany her on a cruise, and she is delighted. They had been through high school together and are still the best of friends. During the cruise, there is a talent quest; and as Audrey, also eighty-five, always wanted to be a singer, she entered and won the first and second contests, then was requested by the audience to do concerts, which were well-attended on the ship. On the cruise, they stopped at a small island that was very little, and the two ladies went to visit the school, which had very little tools, books, and things needed to run any school. Audrey and Emily decided to start a charity for the school. It was doing really well, and some big company names generously gave their products just for a mention in their advertisement. The women did well and soon outfitted the school from the donations received. After their second cruise, requested by the company for Audrey to do more concerts on board, they delivered all the goods, and the children did a concert on the ship for thanks and built up a good rapport with the passengers who all wanted to help this poor island school and joined the charity. They arrived back in Brisbane to the television news showing that a huge cyclone had washed away the homes of the children of the Vitu School and all the terrible devastation. Many families living in the school and hospital on the hill are the only buildings standing fully intact. The cruise ships couldn’t go in for the debris everywhere, so there was no income from the islander’s wares. It was full steam ahead with the charity. Audrey’s two sons came and voluntarily managed the funds coming in through the charity. Audrey does a huge concert in Brisbane with other supporting acts in a stadium for seventy-five thousand people and kept the charity money building. There were fifty-six tradesmen of all persuasions who went voluntarily and did an amazing job, all being filmed to show the people where their hard-earned donations had been used for. From this, Audrey, who has dreamed of having her own concert all her life, made DVDs and CDs that sold out and won awards. They both got humanitarian awards and, after a full-on three years, decided to slow down and take it easy. This is a wonderful story of love, friendship, family, and human kindness and proves that age is just a number.

Audrey s Adventures

“No Mom,” Emily said,“it's just a sleepover.” I didn'teat muchat dinner.I wanted to
save room for all the snacks that wouldbe served attheparty. I kept checking the
clock, because I didn't want to be the last girl at the sleepover. “Baby, you're ...

Audrey s Adventures

Come follow Audrey, a courageous ten-year-old girl with an hilarious sense of humor, as she hunts ghosts, spies on her sister’s new boyfriend, and befriends a monkey at circus camp. After sharing just one of her adventures, you will want Audrey as your BFF.

Audrey Hepburn

But “keeping house” is in a very real sense just that. You have to be there to
contribute. You can't just buy an apartment and furnish it and walk away. It's the
flowers you choose, the music you play, the smile you have waiting. I want it to be
gay ...

Audrey Hepburn

In this first major study of the captivating life of Audrey Hepburn, Ian Woodward uncovers the truly sensational story of one of Hollywood's most enduring legends. Ranked number 50 in Empire Magazine's 'Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time', her appeal as a screen icon is set to last for years to come. From her roles in such legendary films as Breakfast at Tiffany's and her Oscar-winning performance in Roman Holiday, to her lovers and the pain of losing a child, this revealing biography is essential reading for Hepburn and film fans alike.

Alice Brown s Lessons in the Curious Art of Dating

'It's not your anniversary,is it?' 'No.' Audrey dumped the bouquet on Hilary's desk
for her to arrange into a vase. Audrey's eye caught Alice's as she hoveredby the
door. She seemed to puffup her chest. 'They're just for being me,' she said stiffly, ...

Alice Brown s Lessons in the Curious Art of Dating

Looking for love? Call in the expert. Alice Brown is a matchmaker extraordinaire. She has never, ever failed to find her clients the man of their dreams, and she doesn't intend to start now. As she tells her clients: Life's more exciting when you let yourself be surprised. But Alice's latest client Kate is proving her biggest challenge yet. Kate is a on a mission: she wants the perfect man. Trouble is, Kate could find fault with George Clooney and reject Johnny Depp. Will Kate be the first client for whom Alice fails to find love? Truth is, Alice has failed once before - she is the one person who remains resolutely single. In helping Kate, will she finally learn to take her own advice too?

The Things We Do For Love

Audrey would be resolute, and the whining would eventually stop, and a lesson
would have been learnt. ... Scolding as she went – 'You're being very silly, there's
nothing to be afraid of, you shouldn't be making such a fuss, I'm only up the ...

The Things We Do For Love

For fans of Maeve Binchy and Sheila O'Flanagan, 'this is a feelgood book you won't be able to put down' (Irish Independent) One crisp September evening art teacher Audrey Matthews sits alone in room six at Carrickbawn Senior College, wondering if anyone is going to sign up for her Life Drawing for Beginners class. By eight o'clock six people have arrived. Six strangers who will spend two hours together every week until Halloween, learning the fine art of life drawing. Nobody could have predicted on that cold autumn day the profound effect the class would have on its students and their lives. Least of all Audrey, the biggest beginner of all, who is to discover that once you keep an open mind, life - and love - can throw up more than a few surprises ...

Water Balloon

With her best friends pulling away from her, her newly-separated parents deciding she should spend the summer at her father's new home, and a babysitting job she does not want, Marley's life is already as precarious as an overfull water ...

Water Balloon

With her best friends pulling away from her, her newly-separated parents deciding she should spend the summer at her father's new home, and a babysitting job she does not want, Marley's life is already as precarious as an overfull water balloon when a cute boy enters the picture.