Written by one of Betty White's dearest friends, Patty Sullivan.
Betty White's award-winning career spanned seven decades. From the early days of television on the game-show circuit to her unforgettable roles on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Golden Girls, and Hot in Cleveland, she was the first lady of television. With her irreverent wit and comedic timing, she was a force of nature forever cherished by fans young and old.
In Betty White's Pearls of Wisdom readers will find a more intimate look into Betty's life as told through the eyes of Patty Sullivan, her lifelong friend and adopted family member. "My remembrances are perhaps an echo of things already said, but I hope my stories hold up a mirror, another reflection of her essence and how she affected my life so profoundly."
Patty met Betty in the late 1960s, and the Sullivans—Patty, her husband, Tom, and their two children—enjoyed a rich relationship and amazing closeness through Betty's final days. Through her stories we see Betty's fun-loving banter over a game of Scrabble, her wisdom imparted on a moonlit Christmas sleigh ride, and her passionate advocacy for all members of the animal kingdom. Betty's uncompromising values were the authentic core of the life she lived and savored—tasting every minute along the way.
Betty White's Pearls of Wisdom gives you a glimpse into the personal relationship with "her Sullivans," and the pearls of wisdom she imparted that forever transformed their lives.