Actress Drew Barrymore shares funny, insightful, and profound stories from her past and present—told from the place of happiness she's achieved today—in this heart-stirring New York Times bestseller that InStyle called “deeply thoughtful and fun.”
Wildfloweris a portrait of Drew's life in stories as she looks back on the adventures, challenges, and incredible experiences she’s had throughout her life. It includes tales of living in her first apartment as a teenager (and how laundry may have saved her life), getting stuck under a gas station overhang on a cross-country road trip, saying good-bye to her father in a way only he could have understood, and many more journeys and lessons that have led her to the successful, happy, and healthy place she is today.
About the Author
Drew Barrymore starred in E.T. at the age of six and has gone on to win critical acclaim and the hearts of fans for years in movies such as The Wedding Singer, Ever After, Charlie’s Angels, and Grey Gardens, just to name a few. She is the cofounder of Flower Films, Flower Beauty, and Barrymore Wines. She lives with her family in New York and Los Angeles.
Praise for Wildflower
"Pure delight. . . . If until now you merely liked Barrymore . . . you’ll adore her once you read this series of personal essays.”—The New York Times Book Review
“The book is a deeply thoughtful and fun page-turner—like a rich dessert that also happens to be good for you.”—InStyle
“[Barrymore] brings honesty, sweetness, and humor to the tale of how she fought to earn the hard-won wisdom that steered her from being a twelve-year-old former child star to becoming a beloved actor. . . . A warm and inviting narrative.”—Publishers Weekly "Barrymore’s book is a cheerful and happy examination of some of the ups and downs in her life."—Booklist "Heartwarming. Fans of the actress, her production company, makeup line, or girl-next-door demeanor, or anyone looking for a companion in book form, will enjoy."—Library Journal
“An endearing, earnest, lightly cultivated garden of stories from the actress.”—Kirkus Reviews