Seven of Jamie Lee Curtis' very popular books to grow by, available unabridged on audio!
Jamie Lee Curtis and JoBeth Williams star in this delightful Broadway hit which chronicles three Jewish sisters from Brooklyn as they gather in London to celebrate a birthday.
"funny and fun"
This play is a powerful account of the case filed by the American Federation for Equal Rights (AFER) in the U.S. District Court in 2010 to overturn Proposition 8, a constitutional amendment that eliminated the rights of same-sex couples to marry in the state of California. Framed around the trial's historic closing arguments in June 2010, 8 provides an intimate look at what unfolded when the issue of same-sex marriage was on trial.
"So Appropriate for today's headlines on Marriage"
This memorable and touching autobiographical novel by Louisa May Alcott is the story of the four March sisters' youth and young womanhood in and around their New England home. With their father away at war, Meg, the oldest sister and the pretty one; and Jo, the tomboy, take care of Beth, the shy one, and Amy, the artist.
Here's another fabulous book from number-one New York Times best-seller Jamie Lee Curtis. This time she tackles self-control and manages to make it fun.
Another surefire hit by a best-selling author, this time celebrating the joy and value of self-esteem.
With grown-up words like "cooperate", "respect", "patience", and "considerate", a big, boisterous and zany family celebrates the power of language and discovers that words - big or little - are the bridge that connects us all.
A four-year-old girl looks back on her life when she was a "little" girl of two and a half. Jamie Lee Curtis perfectly captures a little girl's simple, childlike celebration of herself. This spirited view of growing up is perfect for the youngest readers.
"My kids really like this book!"
The ninth children's book by the #1 New York Times best-selling team of Jamie Lee Curtis and Laura Cornell is a celebration of unconditional love between mother and child. Mommy is the best at everything: Not only does she carpool, untangle kites, steal bases, and bake cookies, she also seems to light up the sun with her love.
The 10th collaboration between Jamie Lee Curtis and Laura Cornell celebrates the everyday bravery of trying new things for the very first time. While our spunky heroine, Frankie, learns to ride a bike, tie her shoes, make new friends, love her first dog, borrow a book from the library, say when she's wrong, try yucky food, and work with her dad, she also learns that trying new things is how she grows - and that being brave enough to do so is what growing up is all about.
A little boy accidentally lets go of his balloon. He wonders "Where do balloons go when you let them go free? It can happen by accident. It's happened to me." Jamie Lee Curtis offers up a truly uplifting fantasy.
Is the human race an obstacle course? Is it a spirit? Does he get his own lane? Does he get his own coach? our hero's imagination is off and running. Written with Jamie Lee Curtis's humor and heart, Is There Really a Human Race? Is all about relishing the journey and making good choices along the way - because how we live and how we love is how we learn to make the world a better place, one small step at a time.
"It's about time this question was answered . . ."