The sequel to New York Times bestseller Forever Liesl, Letters to Liesl tells the story of the unending impact of The Sound of Music, a film which has enchanted millions for over three decades. Full of touching stories and humorous insights from fans, as well as new reminiscences from Charmian Carr about those 'halcyon days' in 1964 and the recent reunion of all seven 'von Trapp children' in Salzburg, Letters to Liesl is a testament to the fact that The Sound of Music will live forever.
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Charmian Carr made her film debut in The Sound of Music in 1965. Her other credits include Stephen Sondheim's Evening Primrose with Anthony Perkins and A & E's Rodgers and Hammerstein: The Sound of Movies.
A mother, grandmother, and interior designer, and co-author of Forever Liesl: A Memoir of The Sound of Music, she makes her home in Southern California with her two yellow Labradors.
Jean Strauss, a graduate of UC Berkeley and USC, has two sons and lives in Southern California where her husband is a college president. In addition to co-authoring Forever Liesl and Letters to Liesl, she has also written Beneath a Tall Tree, Birthright: The Guide to Search and Reunion, and The Great Adoptee Search Book.Review:
"...These are not words from some press agent: these are words from people's hearts." -- Nicholas Hammond
"...shows, through letters of people from around the world, the effect the film has had on so many lives..." -- Maria von Trapp
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Descripción Arete-U S a Pub Co 2001-03, 2001. Paperback. Estado de conservación: good. 1st Ed.. 0962798215. Nº de ref. de la librería 593243
Descripción Arete-USA Publishing Company. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Good. Book has some visible wear on the binding, cover, pages. Nº de ref. de la librería G0962798215I3N00
Descripción Arete-U S a Pub Co, 2001. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Very Good. Great condition with minimal wear, aging, or shelf wear. Nº de ref. de la librería P020962798215