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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 491 pages
  • The People's Almanac Presents the Book of Lists
  • David Wallechinsky
  • English
  • 25 January 2017
  • 9780553247688

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About the Author: David Wallechinsky

David Wallechinsky is an American populist historian and television commentator, the president of the International Society of Olympic Historians ISOH and the founder and editor in chief of AllGov.com.


10 thoughts on “The People's Almanac Presents the Book of Lists

  1. says:

    Lists Dontcha love em You ve got an item, then another item, and then some items All the items are similar, but at the same time, hey, they re different And they come in an order, which may or may not mean something Wow.I m afraid I m already running out of ideas for explaining why lists are so damn fascinating Instead, in the spirit of this book, I thought I d compile a list myself So here s A LIST OF ALL MY DIALOGUE CONVERSATION REVIEWS Alice talks to the Mad Hatter and the March Harethe King of HeartsRowan Atkinson as Blackadder talks to Hugh LaurieIsaac Asimov talks to Isaac Asimov, Isaac Asimov, Isaac Asimov and Isaac AsimovMr Banks talks to The Older Mr DawesMichael Bay talks to Jerry BruckheimerCharacters from The Bent Sword talk to each other Simone de Beauvoir talks to her toyboy lover Isabella Beeton talks to Leo Tolstoy Biggles talks to Algie, Bertie and Ginger James Bond talks to M Q s attractive assistant Brad talks to JanetRupert Brooke talks to his Cambridge friends Elizabeth Buchan talks to an angry friend Susan Calvin talks to her boss Candide talks to a journalist Carrie talks to Charlotte, Miranda and Samantha Cherubino from The Marriage of Figaro talks to a talk show host John Cleese talks to a difficult customer Steven R Covey talks to his girlfriend Several Culture Ships tal...

  2. says:

    The ultimate bathroom book.

  3. says:

    This book has a special place in my heart If I recall, I discovered it in 5th or 6th grade and quickly acquired all of the series that I could Even then, in the 90s, the book was hopelessly out of date and a few of the lists had to be taken with a grain of salt but, as I did not yet have access to the internet, this was one of the finest sources of random trivia and bizarre facts available to me I loved every page of it with the exception, I suppose, of the chapter devoted to sports and poured over each list, taking down notes and lists of my own Divided into sections by topic, Crime, Literature, Nature, Art, etc., there were all sorts of tidbits to blow my eleven year old mind I remember bringing them everywhere so as to be able to look up amusing facts for friends and classmates at short notice, at one point dropping a copy into a mud puddle at recess and having to painstakingly dry the thick little paperback.Compiled by a father, sibling team, the lists reflect the time period they were written, but have a witty, casual style and, in addition to lists of facts like the ten countries where the highest percent of men and women live to 85, there are lists consisting of the opinions of famous people such as ...

  4. says:

    The Book of Lists The Original Compendium of Curious Information by David Wallechinsky and Amy Wallace is a clever non fiction collection of trivia and interesting stories and information broken down into the following chapters PeopleMoviesThe ArtsFood and HealthAnimailsWork and MoneySex, Love and MarriageCrimeWar, Politics and World AffairsTravelLiteratureWordsSportsDeathMiscellaneousThe book gets its title because all information contained within each chapter is presented in list form For example, in Chapter 1, People, we have a list of 6 People Whose Names Were Changed By Accident which happens to include Buddy Holly and Oprah Winfrey.Here are some of my favourite lists from the book 8 Memorable Lines Erroneously Attributed To Film Stars Movies 10 Famous Insomniacs Food Health 10 Really Unusual Medical Conditions Food Health The Cat Came Back 9 Cats Who Travelled Long Distances To Return Home Animals 15 Famous People Who Worked In Bed Work Money 11 Most Unusual Objects Sold on eBay Work Money Witticisms of 9 Condemned Criminals Crime 29 Words Rarely Used In Their Positive Form Words 10 Celebrated People Who Read Their Own Obituaries Death 16 Famous Events That Happened In The Bathtub Miscellaneous The Book of Lists is the perfect book to have on the coffee table so that others may enjoy the obscure trivia and hilarity within its pages I also found it a great accompaniment to a novel...

  5. says:

    Very Interesting read though I did not have to verify many of the facts at the time I first read it Now, I realize that many of the facts presented herein are eminently challenge able I own Book of Lists 2 and Book of Lists 3 too Lots of categories, lots of topics, lots of diversion I will not recommend it as a refere...

  6. says:

    The People s Almanac Presents the Book of Lists by Amy Wallace William Morrow and Co 1977 031.02 Now THIS is a trivia book Before every website had scads of top ten lists of every subject under the sun, there was The Book of Lists I read this thing cover to cover I couldn t g...

  7. says:

    This was great Better than I thought it would be Whoever added this book to Goodreads got the page numbers wrong There is way than the posted amount I was at one point 124% done the book and I still had two chapters left PThis book is just plainly,...

  8. says:

    This and its three successors are supreme examples of books that simply could not exist today because of the internet They re fascinating, but they also replicate almost perfectly the kind of content which people browse on list sites and videos online nowadays They serve as a kind ...

  9. says:

    My parents had nearly the whole series I probably read these books ten times each when I was eight years old It s the foundation of all my trivia knowledge

  10. says:

    I got this when I was still living in Kankakee Very addictive reading on a multitude of subjects.

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