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Julie Andrews and her daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton, discuss their latest literary collaboration-a collection of poetry, songs, and lullabies. The world-renowned singer and actress on poetry and music in her life.
- Emma Walton Hamilton Author, editor, educator and theater professional, she has co-authored 16 books for children of all ages with her mother, Julie Andrews, and serves as Editorial Director for the Julie Andrews Collection publishing program.
- Julie Andrews Singer, Actor, Writer
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