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From Audrey Hepburn to Zsa Zsa Gabor, here is a star-studded alphabet book featuring the greatest ladies of the classic era of American movies. Brought to you by the creators of A Is for Audra and B Is for Broadway.
Grab your popcorn and find your seat for a star-studded celebration of the most iconic women of the silver screen, including Judy Garland, Rita Moreno, Marilyn Monroe, and Hattie McDaniel. Here’s your ticket to meet over fifty fabulous female film stars, plus trailblazing talent from behind the camera.
Packed with Hollywood history, spellbinding scenes, captivating costumes, and sparkling sets, this glittering, glamorous tribute to the groundbreaking women of Hollywood’s golden age is sure to earn raves from film fans young and old. Roll out the red carpet for J Is for Judy!
A Is for Audra: Broadway's Leading Ladies from A to Z
B Is for Broadway: Onstage and Backstage from A to Z
About the Author
JOHN ROBERT ALLMAN lives in New York City, where is works in television marketing. He is the author of A Is for Audra, B Is for Broadway, J Is for Judy, and three picture books with American Ballet Theatre: Boys Dance!, B Is for Ballet, and The Night Before the Nutcracker. John is a graduate of Northwestern University, NYU's Stern School of Business, and BMI's Musical Theatre Workshop. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram at @Johnny_Allman.
PETER EMMERICH is the acclaimed illustrator of A Is for Audra, B Is for Broadway, and J Is for Judy. He has worked with DreamWorks and the Walt Disney Company, for which he illustrated the U.S. Postal Service's "Art of Disney" stamp series. Peter is a graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology. Follow him on Instagram at @peteremmerich.
"Perfect for an adult old-movie buff to share with a younger friend."—Kirkus Reviews
"Continues the magic found in A Is for Audra and B Is for Broadway. . . . Each page is a work of art that could stand alone as an homage to the featured actress. . . . A fun new addition for the biography section."—School Library Journal
"Included among the 'classic leading ladies' are such lesser-known figures as Lupe Vélez and Miyoshi Umeki, and helpful endnotes detail movies that the subjects appeared in. . . . a fun browse."—Booklist