BRITNEY SPEARS: Little Girl Lost - A Biography by Christopher Heard

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New Biography reveals the little girl in Britney who seeks refuge in $6,000 candy shopping spress, but when the candy changes to different vices, this little girl really does get lost.

BRITNEY SPEARS: Little Girl Lost by celebrity author Christopher Heard outlines the dramatic story of Britney Spears through the highs and lows of her phenomenal career to her personal trials and tribulations in this unauthorized biography.

Heard’s book portrays Britney in an untainted light far from the media-driven image. Like many little girls Britney had big dreams of becoming a star, a dream that came true with her debut #1 hit album “.... Baby One More Time,” establishing herself as an international superstar. From the incarnation of American clean-cut youth when she first burst onto the scene, Britney soon rose to become one of the sexiest superstars of her generation.

Britney has struggled to have her voice heard and to create her own identity under the eyes of the world. Like many young stars growing up in today’s media-hungry society, the pressures, the expectations and life in the public eye can lead to turmoil, rebellion or worse still, teenage angst.

We are all familiar with Britney’s every move and personal life being reported on, analyzed and exploited worldwide. Married and divorced twice, Britney became tabloid bait through outrageous behavior, drug rehab, an unforgettable trip to the hair salon and a well-publicized breakdown.

BRITNEY SPEARS: Little Girl Lost follows this superstar’s rollercoaster life. Read between the lines, from detailed accounts to the media hype that surrounds this intriguing woman. With the release of her latest album, Circus, will Britney Spears continue to manage control over her life or could the need for freedom drive another rebellious phase and subsequent downwards spiral?


Toronto-based Christopher Heard built his career out of a lifetime passion for the history and culture of film and TV. He had his first screenplay optioned by a major Hollywood studio at age twenty-one. Christopher had a long, Gemini Award-winning stint as a film critic on the CBC program On The Arts. He also served as co-host of the popular syndicated Canadian TV show Reel to Real for nine years. Christopher has written five books on a number of well-known actors and filmmakers, including: Kiefer Sutherland: Living Dangerously (2010), Johnny Depp Photo Album (2009), Mickey Rourke: High and Low (2006) Dreaming Aloud: The Life and Films of James Cameron (1998) and Ten Thousand Bullets: The Cinematic Journey of John Woo (1999).

BRITNEY SPEARS: Little Girl Lost By Christopher Heard

Price: U.S. $16.95, CAN $17.95 Trade paper
Publisher: Transit Publishing, April 26, 2010
ISBN-10: 1-926745-02-7
ISBN-13: 978-1-926745-02-2


Christine Kinsella, International Marketing and Public Relations Manager
Transit Publishing
+1 514-273-0123


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