Coming Attractions by Fannie Flagg -- (later renamed Daisy Fay and the Miracle Man) Charming story of the life of an 11 year old girl & her growth through her young teens to maturity in the deep south — Critically acclaimed, bestselling author's first book. This is the journal of Daisy Fay Harper, named for a vase of flowers in her mother's hospital room. The journal begins in 1952 when Daisy Fay is a lonely 11-year-old child & ends 6 years later.
This was Fannie Flagg's first published novel originally titled "Coming Attractions." After "Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe," "Coming Attractions" was published again with this new title.
Daisy Fay Harper, is 11 years old. She lives with her mother and her father in Jackson, Mississippi. Daisy Fay received her name from a vase of flowers that her mother had in her hospital room. Her father involves her in many of his ill-working schemes to make money or build inventions. He alienates his family members but makes great friends when he drinks. Her mother lives in a constant state of embarrassment, and tries to do what she can to make Daisy Fay into a lady
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