The Top 10 of Everything 1996

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Dorling Kindersley Pub., 1995 - Reference - 288 pages
"Forget David Letterman's measly little top ten lists" (USA Today), this book offers the top ten best, worst, latest, and greatest of just about everything imaginable. From the busiest airports to the bestselling brands of frankfurters to the laziest animals, this unique book is filled with a wealth of fascinating facts. Over 800 photos & illustrations.

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A nice walk down memory lane. Lots of interesting facts. It's funny because there's several predictions about 2015, largest cities, populations, etc. I'd love to look for a new 2015 edition ((if available) and compare the two! Read full review

The Top 10 of Everything 2004

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The updated new edition of this popular annual title is as colorful and informative as the earlier volumes. Ash (Incredible Comparisons; Factastic Millennium Facts) has gathered a wide assortment of ... Read full review


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In the course of their careers in the business of writing and selling books, Russell Ash and Brian Lake have collected hundreds of bizarre examples from this extensive field. From double entendres and astonishingly specialized subjects to weird books on horticulture, science, and medical matters, the authors have left no catalog page unturned in their quest for the most bizarre of books.

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