Julie Andrews wrote an autobiography entitled "Home: A Memoir of My Early Years." She included stories of her younger days in vaudeville, the story of how she found out who her real father was and people who influenced her life.
The book became a best seller. Despite some somber stories in the autobiography, Andrews mostly shares happy stories of her childhood. She covers her life up until the time she moved to Hollywood in 1963.
Since her very successful movie and Broadway career, Andrews has teamed up with her daughter, Emma, and written several other books. Some of these books include children's stories.