Friday, November 12, 2010

Fannie Flagg

The Author of (Fried Green Tomatoes At Whistle Stop Cafe)Praise for A Redbird Christmas
" Delightful---- Fannie Flagg can weave magic with words. "

The Richmond Times-Dispatch

This was so funny and sweet I like this book very much and it has the best recipes in it.
And the little girl's name was Patsy.

4 comments:

Gigi Ann said...

Fannie Flagg, I don't think I've ever read one of her books, however, I do remember the movie "Fried Green Tomatoes" of a few years back. I don't remember much of the movie, may have to watch it over. I'm glad you enjoyed the book. Reading is my entertainment now days. Not much on TV to watch, I should clarify that, not much on TV that interests me now a days. I will keep an eye on the movie channels and one day they will show the movie again, and than I will watch it.

Charlene said...

I really like your header picture. The book looks interesting. I like to read Christmas books. I just got an ereader and really like it. Have a Blessed week-end.

Mildred said...

Oh I love her books, but I have not read this one yet. Your header picture is so sweet.

Gigi Ann said...

I was organizing my bookshelves today and lo and behold, I came across a Fannie Flagg book. "Standing In The Rainbow" I think the copyright is 2003. I will have to put it on my reading list.