Author(s): Ellen Erwin
With nearly thirty movies, countless awards, and an unwavering commitment to UNICEF, Audrey Hepburn's life served as an example of both style and purpose. From her early dance performances for the Dutch resistance during World War II to her London cabaret days and her breakthrough roles in "Gigi" and "Roman Holiday," audiences worldwide have long been enchanted by Audrey's charm and grace. Now, in this lavishly illustrated biography -- created with the Audrey Hepburn Children's Fund -- Audrey's own words are given center stage to create a unique personal narrative. This special collection also includes approximately 200 black-and-white and color photographs selected by the Hepburn Estate, as well as reproduced mementos from Audrey's life. Thirty-four removable documents include an excerpt from her "Breakfast at Tiffany's" script with handwritten notes, a letter she sent to husband Mel Ferrer while preparing for "The Nun's Story," and a birth certificate announcement marking the arrival of her first son. A dazzling celebration of an extraordinary human being, "The Audrey Hepburn Treasures" offers fan an intimate and revealing portrait of the woman they admire and adore.