Books by Kee Malesky
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NPR stories about Kee Malesky
In her book, Learn Something New Every Day, NPR's reference librarian Kee Malesky provides readers with fun facts about everything from the scented cinema experiments of the 1950s, to why baseball managers wear the team uniform. Malesky talks with host John Donvan about why learning facts boost confidence.
NPR's longest-serving reference librarian, Kee Malesky, is the author of a new book, Learn Something New Every Day: 365 Facts to Fulfill Your Life. Malesky offers facts for each day of the year, from the landing on the moon to the invention of sliced bread.
Do you know why ice forms on the top of a pond? Or that red hair is the rarest? Kee Malesky does. The venerable NPR librarian has been dubbed "the source of all human knowledge." She shares her fact-finding prowess with the world in a new book, All Facts Considered.
Did you know that the average American drinks 22.7 gallons of coffee a year? Or that watermelons are vegetables? Kee Malesky does. For 20 years, Malesky, NPR's longest-serving librarian, has done the research to keep us all accurate. She compiles her favorite bits of "inessential knowledge" in a new book.