List of 13 Fannie Flagg Books in Order

Fannie Flagg is an American actress and a comedian. She is also a renowned author and has published many interesting books including Fried Green Tomatoes among others that perhaps you should have a read. She was born in Birmingham, Alabama, United States of America on 21st September 1944. In this article, we have the list of all Fannie Flagg books in order of their publication year as follows:

Book TitleGenreYear of Publication
Daisy Fay and the Miracle ManHistorical Fiction Novel1981
Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop CafeRomance & Domestic Fiction1987
Fannie Flagg’s Original Whistle Stop Cafe CookbookCookbook1993
Daily WordLove & Inspiration1997
Welcome to the world, Baby GirlFiction & Romance1998
Standing in the rainbowHumor2002
A Redbird ChristmasChristmas Story, Fiction2004
Can’t Wait to Get to HeavenFiction & Humor2006
I Still Dream About YouHumor, Fiction2010
The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last ReunionHistorical Fiction, Humor2013
The Whole Town’s TalkingHistorical Fiction2016
The Wonder Boy of Whistle StopFiction2020
Return to Whistle Stop by Fannie FlaggFiction2021

Daisy Fay and the Miracle Man (1981)

This is a novel that was first published by Fannie Flagg with the title Coming Attractions in 1981. It details the story of her growing up in Mississippi between the years 1952 all the way to 1959. It is, therefore, a historical fiction novel with interesting diary information.

Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Café (1987)

This is a fiction romance novel that captures the blossoming southern friendship between a middle-aged housewife, Evelyn couch, Ninny Threadgoode, and another elderly woman who lived in the nursing home. It is an interesting and awesome novel to read by anyone who loves fiction.

Fannie Flagg’s Original Whistle Stop Cafe Cookbook (1993)

This book was originally published in 1993 and is still one of the best-selling books on the market. Fannie Flagg’s Original Whistle Stop Cafe Cookbook features banana split cake, fried green tomatoes, and southern barbecue. It is a wonderful recipe that you can always learn great cooking tips for different foods.

Daily Word (1997)

Daily Word by Fannie Flagg is all about love and inspiration. It highlights daily inspirational messages of hope and a word for each day. It also puts across a prayer for each need and is one of her best books co-authored with Bennie. This book is for everyone that needs some daily inspiration and for spiritual daily nourishment.

Welcome to the world, Baby Girl (1998)

Welcome to the world, Baby Girl by Fannie Flagg is a fiction sentimental romance novel with a funny and serious tone It’s about her and her characters in a small town in peri-urban America. Her heroine is a rising star of the 1970s TV series, Dena Nordstrom with a promising future and a dark past, her present state, however, is full of complications. Welcome to the world, Baby Girl is an interesting book to read and was first published in 1998 as one of the Fannie Flagg books ever written.

Standing in the rainbow (2002)

Standing in the rainbow is one of the Fannie Flagg books that entails some humor. If you love fun, we have some wonderful characters like Dorothy and Bobby with imaginations of living a thousand lives. Bobby is the son of Dorothy. There are other characters in this book that make it interesting and captures a story that surrounds a town in Elmwood Springs, Missouri.

A Redbird Christmas (2004)

In a list of Fannie Flagg Books in order, A Redbird Christmas comes as one of the most interesting fiction Christmas stories. The story revolves around the welcoming town of Lost River, filled with faith and hope. The redbird is Jack, who is the center of the tale of this magical book.

Can’t Wait to Get to Heaven (2006)

Can’t Wait to Get to Heaven is one of the awesome books by Fannie Flagg that is also based on the fictional town Elmwood Springs in Missouri. Can’t Wait to Get to Heaven is a humorous book about the context of death, the afterlife, and existence as per the small-town mentality. It is an interesting and humorous book that depicts life after death as per the mentality of the characters living in Elmwood Springs.

I Still Dream About You (2010)

I Still Dream About You is an awesome book by Fannie Flagg with an awesome story that centers on former miss Alabama with an intention to end her life due to unfulfilling life or existence. It’s described in a comical tone of the trials that she made to take off her life unsuccessfully and thus is a wonderful book to read for all fiction lovers.

The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion (2013)

The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion is a historical domestic fiction book with some flair for humor. It is one of the best of Fannie Flagg’s books with an awesome and interesting story of two women that are obliged to reimagine who they are. Among the characters in The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion book by Fannie Flagg is Mrs. Sookie Poole of Point Clear in Alabama who after marrying off her lastborn daughter is now looking forward to relaxing and having traveled with her husband. It’s a wonderful and humorous fiction book that is interesting to read.

The Whole Town’s Talking (2016)

The Whole Town’s Talking by Fannie Flagg is an awesome and humorous fiction book. It is a pleasant book with short chapters with warm and inviting tone. It features a story of a Chicago maidservant Katrina Olsen that was sent to America by her mother and when she saw a Swedish man with cows and a house looking for a lady to marry, her hopes were ignited and after exchanging letters, she received a ticket to go meet him. It’s also about something mysterious that is going on in the cemetery and you need to read this interesting story if you love what Fannie Flagg has crafted in this book.

The Wonder Boy of Whistle Stop (2020)

The Wonder Boy of Whistle Stop is a novel by Fannie Flagg and there is no doubt that it is all about the fun and fiction of a Whistle Stop, which is a railroad town in Alabama where Bud Threadgoode grew up with his mother and his aunt. His mother was a church-going woman and his aunt too was a fun-loving type. The unfortunate events led to railroad yards shut down and the Whistle Stop became a ghost town.

Return to Whistle Stop by Fannie Flagg (2021)

If you remember the previous book about a ghost town of Whistle Stop, Return to Whistle Stop by Fannie Flagg is a new novel that captures Bud as he returns to see the town where he was happy before it became a ghost town, along the way, he made new friends and how his life changes as he encounters new experiences and with other characters in the book.

These are just the English versions of Fannie Flagg’s books and are all interesting to read if you love fun and fiction. These are just but a compilation of her books and you can dig these books by reading the stories entailed in each novel.