The People's Almanac Presents the Book of Lists by David Wallechinsky, Irving Wallace and Amy Wallace (1977, Hardcover)
About this product
|Author||Amy Wallace, David Wallechinsky, Irving Wallace|
|Number Of Pages||521 pages|
|Publisher||Little Brown & Company|
|LC Classification Number||AG106.P47|
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- elliotschottOct 1, 2009by
Book of Awesome!
This book is a fantastic window into the the 1970s. Its the ultimate coffee table book and a must read for anyone with a quirky sense of humor and appetite for history.
- kywildcat1982May 13, 2008by
As a huge fan of professional wrestling from the 70's and 80's I love reading about early 20th century wrestlers and how wrestling evolved over the years, but overall it is informative on a lot things from rating the presidents up to that point to long running television programs.
I feel everyone who craves knowledge to read the Book of Lists, it's a fun read.