By the time she was four, Beverly, or "Bubbles" was performing in public. She learned to sing opera by imitating her mother's records. When her soon to be voice teacher heard Bubbles sing, she laughed out loud. But the teacher agreed to take Bubbles, and the rest is history. At a time when virtually all major opera singers were European, Bubbles became internationally famous because of her spectacular soprano voice and her sparkling and bubbly personality. Now back in print, this new edition, revised and updated, will enchant readers seeking narrative biographies.