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Una donna chiamata Jackie
[Biografia intima di Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis]
Heymann G.David
1994

Italian version of the book " A Woman Named Jackie".

What Jackie Taught Us
Flaherty Tina Santi
2004

This book offers Jackie's own personal lessons about how best to live one's life with poise, grace and zest - including wisdom about image and style, courage and vision, men, marriage, motherhood, and motivation - and how best apply those lessons to the way each one of us lives.

When John and Caroline lived in the White House
Coulter Laurie
2000

This evocative book combines reminiscences, memorabilia, and rarely seen photographs to bring to life the story of the most famous children ever to live in the White House. From John's first steps to his poignant farewell salute, from Caroline greeting her new baby brother to clasping her widowed mother's hand on the steps of the Capitol, the storied Kennedy era is touchingly recreated for a new generation.

Young Jackie
Morgan Bert
2002

This enchanting book presents a rare collection of photographs - many previously unpublished - of the young Jacqueline Bouvier making some of her earliest appearances in New York Society. Society photographer Bert Morgan, who started his career the year after Jacqueline was born, began taking photographs of her for the social columns of local newspapers when she was three years old and followed her from one social event to the next throughout her childhood and young adulthood.

Young Kennedys - The New Generation
Andrews Jay David
1998

If America has a royal family, it is the Kennedys. Their fabled heritage of riches, power and tragedy has forever bound them to our country's history - and its headlines. But the story of the third generation of Kennedys extends beyond headlines. How have the children of JFK and Jackie, Bobby and Ethel, Teddy and Joan, coped with their early tragedies and the relentless pressure of public - and family - expectations? How have the children of lesser-known Kennedy branches dealt with their famous last name - or with not being named Kennedy? With remarkable candour, Jay David Andrews chronicles the romances, careers, struggles and achievements of the newest members of this beloved American family - capturing their inescapable legend and undiminished mystique.

 
     
 
     
 
     
 
     
 
     

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