The Book of Lists for Kids

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Houghton Mifflin Company, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 410 pages
Kids love lists. Ask them to name the ten best ways to fill an idle moment and soon that list will be topped with reading The Book of Hot Lists for Kids. Fun- and fact-filled, with more than 300 lists about everything from freckles to video games, money to amusement parks, and breakfast cereals to rock music, The Book of Hot Lists for Kids is sure to entertain and educate kids of all ages. Lists include: how to identify the contents of chocolate by the design on top; five flavors of Jell-o that flopped; the ten most requested karaoke songs in the United States; the five most valuable baseball cards; the ten most creative ways to get rid of your hiccups; the seven ghosts "seen" in the White House; the best-selling computer games of all time; twenty most often-used on-line acronyms.

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Sandra Choron is a writer, editor, literary agent, book packager, and designer. She and her husband, Harry Choron, a graphic designer, are the authors of College in a Can, The Book of Lists for Teens, and The All-New Book of Lists for Kids, among other works.

Sandra Choron is a writer, editor, literary agent, book packager, and designer. She and her husband, Harry Choron, a graphic designer, are the authors of College in a Can, The Book of Lists for Teens, and The All-New Book of Lists for Kids, among other works.

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