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"The World Almanac and Book of Facts 2018" is available for purchase at as well as wherever books are sold.
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EXTRAORDINARY BOOK OF FACTS AND BIZARRE INFORMATION (1592236057, $17.95) is also a winner, this focusing on outrageous, intriguing and entertaining fun facts condensed into digest form.
It isn't a book of facts and figures--it's meant to grab you by the heart.
An annual poll published in 1992 by the World Almanac and Book of Facts indicated that the most admired American at that time was Army General H.
According to the World Almanac and Book of Facts 2004, recognized conflict-related deaths since 1990 in Kashmir total about 34,000 and the actual number could be twice as large.
It is surprising how a book of facts can create a vivid image of a world now lost to us in all but its writing and through the archeological finds.
Source: The World Almanac and Book of Facts 1999 (Mahwah, N.J.:
Also some new discoveries about copepods (tiny crustaceans like water fleas) have forced those who study such things to rethink their whole book of facts.
Facts On File News Services has announced that The World Almanac and Book of Facts and The Facts On File World News Digest are now available online as part of and its subscription module, the World Almanac Reference Database. also adds more than a dozen new features requested by librarians--including weekly updates, a news feed from Reuters, and content from The World Almanac and Book of Facts.
population and roughly 35 percent of CDC documented AIDS cases, and Hispanics account for about 11 percent of the American populace but close to 18 percent of the documented AIDS cases (World Almanac and Book of Facts, 1997, p.
soldiers killed during the Vietnam War (The World Almanac and Book of Facts, 1993; Federal Bureau of Investigation [FBI], 1991-1992).
It is a brief, easy-to-browse book of facts and warnings.