The People's almanac presents the book of lists
Thousands of facts are presented in lists grouped under such headings as "What's in a Name," "America the Beautiful," "Crime and Punishment," "Arty Facts," "From Head to Toe," "The Sporting Life," and "Coming Attractions"
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I really cant put into words how much this book affected me when I first read it as a teenager in the late 70's I had always had a thing for lists, I used to compile things like lists of crew for imaginary ships and carefully detail what each's duties would be. Then suddenly I discovered a book that was nothing but lists and I was in hog heaven! I remember taking it on the school bus and reading the more salacious lists to my friends, who were duly appreciative. But I also remember consuming in my quiet time all the other lists, the quoting of which would immediate signpost you as a hopeless geek. Lists of history, geography, politics, literature. I loved all of them. I've been a compulsive listmaniac ever since, and can be guaranteed to purchase on sight any book with "list" in its title. I have probably read now more than 200 list type books, but this one will always remain No. 1 in my heart.
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WHATS IN A NAME
Most Beloved Heroes or Heroines of All Time 20 Famous People
Their Level of Incompetence Leon Uriss 12 Greatest Jews
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