A book for every parent who has thought about encouraging — or pushing — their child towards stage, television or celluloid; for every grown-up who wanted to audition and wasn’t allowed to, and for anyone interested in the consequences when showbiz happens to nice, ordinary people.
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Lisa Gee is the author of Friends: Why Men and Women Are From the Same Planet (Bloomsbury, 2004), the editor of Bricks Without Mortar: the selected poems of Hartley Coleridge (Picador, 2000) and of the Orange Prize for Fiction website. She writes book reviews and features for the national press (including the Independent, the Guardian and the Telegraph) and lives in Harlesden, north-west London, with one performing child and her husband, a children's party entertainer.
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Book Description Hutchinson 03/07/2008, 2008. Book Condition: NEW. - Brand new item sourced directly from publisher. Packed securely in tight packaging to ensure no damage. Shipped from warehouse on same/next day basis. Bookseller Inventory # 1111-9780091921392
Book Description Hutchinson, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Shipped from the UK within 2 business days of order being placed. Bookseller Inventory # mon0000005225
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