Below are Wendi McLendon-Covey's favorite books, available to purchase individually or as a set.
Actress and comedian Wendi McLendon-Covey’s career began in 2003 when she starred in Comedy Central’s Reno 911! as Deputy Clementine Johnson, but it was McLendon-Covey’s unforgettable role in Bridesmaids (alongside Kristin Wiig and Maya Rudolf) that initiated her rise. McLendon-Covey now stars as Beverly Goldberg in ABC’s The Goldbergs, resulting in two Critics' Choice Television Award nominations for Best Actress in a Comedy Series. See the full list...
There’s not really a road map for becoming an artist other than the following: get up off your ass every day and make an effort; don’t be afraid to try and fail, and don’t wait for permission to get started; if you don’t have money, get creative with materials that you find or make; believe without a doubt that you were meant for something more, and that no one else can say something the way you can. If you’re fascinated (like I am) by the New York artist scene in the 60s and 70s, and how the AIDS epidemic in the 80s swept through and took its toll, “Just Kids” will blow your mind.
Walking With the Muses
This is about the incredible life of a creative free spirit who followed her dreams and set in motion a fashion career that’s lasted five decades and counting. This memoir is dishy without being vindictive, and inspirational without being preachy.
A Girl Named Zippy
This book is so important to me because of the way Kimmel puts into words how a happy, funny kid can still sense that there’s something wrong with all the adults around her. Haven Kimmel had a happy childhood in a small town, but her house was filled with the kind of tensions that children sense but can’t articulate.
From: $127.89 Surfing Guide to Southern California
David H. Stern and William S. Cleary
$237.85 The House of the Seven Gables
$339.94 The Stories of John Cheever
$159.20 Assata: An Autobiography
$149.86 Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret
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