Dream More Hardcover – 27 Nov 2012
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An inspiring new book by the legendary Dolly Parton, in which she draws on her childhood memories and astonishing career as she shares her personal philosophy on life.
About the Author
Dolly Parton is one of the world’s bestselling recording artists of all time. Known as The Queen of Country Music, she has sold more than one hundred million records and has starred in a wide range of movies. She has won eight Grammys and has been nominated for two Academy Awards, five Golden Globes, and an Emmy. Keep up with Dolly via: dollypartonmusic.net; imaginationlibrary.com; dollywood.com; dixiestampede.com; piratesvoyage.com
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Top Customer Reviews
When I first saw this book, I hesitated before buying it, but I'm glad that I did. It appears that in her local area, children know her as The "Book Lady" because that's how they first knew about her. I know that her music doesn't get as much radio airplay as it once did, and that may be a factor too, but Dolly has always been a positive thinker and in any case, she long ago ceased to need radio airplay. It is Dolly's positive thinking that is at the heart of this book.
I have often compared my life history with others, and the contrast with Dolly is stark. She comes from a very poor background, but from a very close-knit family, so it would seem = and I have no reason to disbelieve her on either count, because it shows through in her songs. Meanwhile, I come from a family who were certainly not rich, but who lived comfortably by the standards of the time. However, I wouldn't describe my family as close-knit. There are many different family situations the world over. Despite her poor background, Dolly was actually one of the lucky ones. She was surrounded by people who were willing to help her achieve her dreams, even if they didn't agree with what Dolly wanted to do.
The advice Dolly gives is soundly based, but for each individual, it is a matter of how much of the advice they are able to take.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A charming and witty book. Quite short but embraces the Dolly we all know and love. Her outlook on life is remarkable.Published 9 months ago by S Crossley
I wanted to learn about Dolly but got not much out of this, which is a shame.Published 9 months ago by KZT
Two things I admire about Dolly Parton are her optimism and her work in advocating reading (and in starting to read from a young age). Both of these are well covered in this book. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Sarah Tipper
Up beat positive and motivational just what you would expect from such an inspiring woman - love her and love the bookPublished 18 months ago by Fran