Get ready to celebrate the Queen of Country (and our hearts) with all our favorite Dolly Parton gems. The songstress is marking her 77th birthday today, and we're whooping it up as if it were our own. If there is a Dolly Parton fan in your life or you happen to be one, we've picked out some of the best products inspired by the Smoky Mountain Songbird. From Dolly’s signature scent to Doggy Parton duds for your pooch, there’s something for every Dolly fan — plus many of these items are on sale!
This is an incredible deal for any Dolly Parton fan. For 50% off, you can get a hard cover version of Dolly's book "Songteller" (Chronicle). It gives you a unique look at her 60-year songwriting career from her own point of view.
"Run Rose Run" (Little Brown) is a thrilling novel written by Dolly herself with bestselling author James Patterson. Perfect for mystery fans, it's a suspenseful tale of a musician trying to escape her troubled past.
If the Dolly fan in your fam is on the younger side, they'll love this Little Golden Book. It's a biography that shares how someone from poor beginnings can persevere and become an award-winning songwriter with her own theme park.
"I have a tendency to still love a lot of the old beauty products because I’m an old-timer too," Dolly told the Wall Street Journal. She loves Pond's cold cream and slathers it on in the morning to remove her makeup. (Yes, she sleeps in her makeup in case of an emergency!) This skincare classic dissolves all traces of makeup while also moisturizing the skin for a soft feel and radiant complexion.
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