Honey, Baby, Mine: A Mother and Daughter Talk Life, Death, Love (and Banana Pudding)

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Price
$18.99  $17.66
Publisher
Grand Central Publishing
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Pages
288
Dimensions
6.97 X 8.94 X 0.67 inches | 0.96 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781538720363

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About the Author
Laura Dern is an award-winning actress, producer, creator, and activist. She has received a number of accolades, including an Academy Award, an Emmy, and five Golden Globe Awards. Dern is also a passionate environmentalist.

Diane Ladd is an international award-winning actress, receiving a BAFTA Award, a Golden Globe Award, and Women of the Year award. She is a three-time Oscar and three-time Emmy nominee, having appeared in more than 187 film and television shows. She is a director, writer, producer, and author with degrees in esoteric psychology/nutrition, a lifetime member of the Actors Studio, and on the National Board of Directors for SAG/AFTRA.
Reviews
"Emboldened by each day's revelations and driven by their abiding love for each other, [Dern and Ladd] wade into deeper confessions. The book is at its most memorable and affecting when they work up the courage to excavate heavy, sharp-edged emotional artifacts. . . They yell, grow quiet, accuse and forgive, allowing us to witness their relationship evolving, walk by walk."--New York Times
"Diane Ladd and Laura Dern have broken ground with "Honey, Baby, Mine," a series of 14 recorded conversations and commentaries that make a brilliant end-run around the one-sidedness of a traditional memoir. The exchanges convey a rich mixture of love, exasperation, nostalgia and resentment that will be familiar to anyone who has ever been a mother or a daughter."--Washington Post
"Even the hardest of hearts might shed a tear or two thanks to the ways in which this book forces the reader to consider their own relationship with their mother."--The Associated Press
"Family photos, recipes, playbills, handwritten notes, and individual asides break up the conversation transcripts. From their favorite colors to the legacy they share as single mothers and award-winning artists, this becomes a very full and generous picture of a mother and daughter, imbued with genuine gratitude. . . It's quite special to witness."
--Booklist
"[T]his is the best, truest, most shockingly entertaining Hollywood memoir I've ever read. It is also one of the most loving."--The Telegraph