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1001 GREATEST THINGS EVER SAID ABOUT NEW YORK 1-59228-997-5

1001 GREATEST THINGS EVER SAID ABOUT TEXAS 1-59228-998-3

1001 GREATEST THINGS EVER SAID ABOUT MASSACHUSETTS

EDITED AND WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY PATRICIA HARRIS AND DAVID LYON

Chowderheads, rejoice! This compilation of 1,001 wicked good quotes from and about the Bay State dishes up the most thought-provoking insights ever uttered by founding fathers, philosophers, celebrities, statesmen, writers, sports stars, and many others on all manner of things Massachusetts. Red Sox fans, travelers of the Freedom Trail, and anyone who’s ever attempted “pahking the cah” in the People’s Republic will find hours of delight and inspiration in these pages.

Patricia Harris and David Lyon have written the Food Lover’s Guide to Massachusetts, Boston Off the Beaten Path, and Romantic Days and Nights in Boston. They live in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

  • Massachusetts, with its population of almost 7 million people, is one of the country’s top book-buying markets

  • With more than 300 colleges and univer- sities located in Massachusetts, this book is a no-brainer for students and alumni

  • Great impulse and gift purchase

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1001 GREATEST THINGS EVER SAID ABOUT CALIFORNIA

EDITED AND WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY STEVEN D. PRICE

Sweetheart, baby! This compilation of 1,001 quotes from and about the Golden State offers both sharp and sentimental observations from entertainers, politicians, novelists, screenwriters, columnists, and others whose subjects range from the Bay Area to San Diego and all points in between. It’s a must for anyone who ever left his heart in San Francisco, maxed out his credit card on Rodeo Drive, or stood in awe of any of California’s other cultural and scenic attractions.

Steven D. Price, a consulting editor of the Lyons Press, is the author of thirty books, including 1001 Dumbest Things Ever Said, and 1001 Insults, Put-Downs, and Comebacks. He lives in New York City.

  • California, now America’s most populous state, is one of the country’s top book- buying markets

  • From the “Governator” to “Brangelina,” California’s fads and foibles are always at the forefront of late-night TV monologues and entertainment show features

  • Great impulse and gift purchase

  • Paperback original

JUNE 07 1-59921-095-9 978-1-59921-095-7

$12.95 US–16.50 CAN

WORLD

PAPERBACK

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352 PAGES

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