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A Simple Girl: Stories My Grandmother Told Me

3.64  ·  Rating Details ·  39 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Edith Flagg is truly an inspiration to all. A Simple Girl tells the life story of a woman who survived the unimaginable and fulfilled the American Dream. Flagg was born in a small town in Romania in 1919. Having traveled to Vienna to go to fashion school at the young age of 15, she watched Hitler march into Austria and decided at that moment she would not let him decide he ...more
Paperback, 234 pages
Published November 20th 2009 by Booksurge Publishing
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Chris
Nov 24, 2014 Chris rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Fans of Edith Flagg
I'm so happy to have finally read this wonderful book that Josh Flagg decided to start writing when he was 14 years old and finish it years later. Edith Flagg passed away in Aug of 2014 at the tender age of 95. The stories that Flagg collected were wonderful to read. Like so many others who have read her book we all wanted to know more about certain points but Edith was never a woman to go on and on about certain points or stories. She was a woman that kept things very simple and to the point. N ...more
Doreen
Aug 30, 2012 Doreen rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Diane
Recommended to Doreen by: heard it mentioned on television?
I loved reading this book and learning the story of Edith Flagg. She is the wise, feisty grandmother who sometimes appears on "Million Dollar Listing", a reality show featuring her grandson, Josh Flagg. Do not expect a well-written book. Josh Flagg is a realtor in Beverly Hills, not a writer. His writing is bland, lacks color, and is devoid of any natural skill or talent. Having said this...Josh is a good REALTOR, not a good writer!

Still, this story is a MUST-read. Josh relates his grandmother'
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Liana Stone
Sep 19, 2010 Liana Stone rated it liked it
This woman is amazing! You need to read. It was written by Josh Flagg, beginning at the age of 14. He is one of the agents featured on the show "Million Dollar Listing" and his grandmother is sometimes on the show. Her life story is very interesting-It is worth the read!
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