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Scrappy Little Nobody is a fizzy, funny collection of personal essays that very successfully approximates what it’s like to spend time with Kendrick (long a Twitter fave, now to more than 5 million) and, as such, seems likely to have extremely widespread appeal." —ELLE"Scrappy Little Nobody lets readers feel like they have spent an afternoon chatting with their closest friend." —Booklist"Of the pantheon of funny, smart, strong screen women to write a memoir, Anna Kendrick’s is a welcome, entertaining and endearingly honest installment." —The Guardian"Kendrick writes essays about her life in the witty, self-deprecating voice that's made her a must-follow on Twitter." —Time"Kendrick has won legions of fans for her movies and her quips on Twitter, and her wit continues in this collection of autobiographical essays recounting some of the most memorable, charming, and even relatable moments of her life—from growing up in New England suburbia to working her way up to become one of Hollywood’s darlings." —Buzzfeed“[Kendrick] writes an honest, effortlessly funny and alternatively relatable and aspirational reflection on her personal and professional life to date. That being said, I enjoyed this book more than I thought I would, because most celebrity memoirs suck. Highly recommended for those who enjoy offbeat humor and celebrity tales!After all, this is the woman who could even make Twilight funny.” —Bustle"[Kendrick] displays real wit and comic timing on the page." —Publishers Weekly"I had a giant smile on my face the entire time I was reading Scrappy Little Nobody." —Brooklyn Paper --This text refers to the Hardcover edition. I love Anna Kendrick because she's an awesome, quirky actress that can sing like a boss. I like Anna Kendrick but felt she could have did a better job writing the book. The book is easy to read, funny, and most of all, it seems that Anna Kendrick is not just a talented singer and actress, but a gifted writer as well. Another thing that I liked is that the author shared what seamed to be real stories, stuff that really happened to her, and to read about someone famous opening up like that is refreshing.Many codes of ethics consider the bond of kinship as creating obligations between the related persons stronger than those between strangers, as in Confucian filial piety.
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Pre-order today "This A-list firecracker does it all—blockbusters, indies, dramas, musicals, and, now, a memoir—with sleight-of-hand dexterity and fearsome wit. Fortunately she’s imbued the pieces in Scrappy Little Nobody with that same humor.” —Entertainment Weekly “This collection of essays about the life of everyone's favorite actress Anna Kendrick will have you laughing for days. I had ONE chapter left, and the jerk ate the last 40 pages. If you are looking for a story about her life, this is not it. It leaves the reading wondering what is true and what is false.