Book Reviews of Welcome to the World, Baby Girl!

Welcome to the World, Baby Girl!
Welcome to the World Baby Girl
Author: Fannie Flagg
ISBN-13: 9780679426141
ISBN-10: 0679426140
Pages: 496
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 81 ratings
Publisher: Random House
Book Type: Hardcover
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Wonderful book - funny, sad and perfectly southern. Fanny Flagg books are always so heartwarming.
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Another novel about small-town America by the author of "Fried Green Tomoatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe".

Since I am more of a mystery/thriller reader, this book didn't really hold my attention. However, readers of Fannie Flagg or fans of laid-back general fiction may enjoy this book.
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Very good. I love her books.
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What a refreshing and wonderful book. The characters are colorful and the town is someplace I would love to have grown up in. Great reading.
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A sequel to some of her other books, some of the same characters. As always, Flagg's characters are wonderfully written. You get drawn in. She writes beautifully.
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Loved it!
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Funny, serious, and compelling, this novel focuses on Dena Nordstrom, an urban heroine who is brainy, beautiful, and a rising star of 1970's televison. Replete with a zany cast of characters, this is the story of a woman who tries to go home again, not knowing where home or love lie.

From the author of "Fried Green Tomatoes."
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a thoroughly enjoyable story - great beach read
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I always picture Fannie Flagg's stories being told by her character on the Bob Newhart Show.
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This book is hardcover without printed removable cover.