Revised and expanded from the original 2004 edition, What Jackie Taught Us collects a diverse series of essays that explore Jacqueline Kennedy’s unique style, courage, marriage, motherhood and other aspects of her life and character. Contributors include columnists Liz Smith and Marguerite Kelly and authors Edna O’Brien, A.E. Hotchner and Malachy McCourt, with a special tribute by the late Edward M. Kennedy. Not a traditional biography, this compilation offers fascinating insight into all periods of Jackie’s life and speaks to her international influence and appeal.
298 pages, soft cover, 5 x 8 x 1 inches