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All Facts Considered

The Essential Library of Inessential Knowledge

by Kee Malesky

Hardcover, 277 pages, John Wiley & Sons Inc, List Price: $19.95 |

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All Facts Considered
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The Essential Library of Inessential Knowledge
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Kee Malesky

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The National Public Radio's librarian answers questions on history, science, religion, language and the arts to provide both useful and completely bizarre nuggets of information including "What building did Elvis leave last?" and "How long is a New York minute?"

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Librarian Kee Malesky Considers 'All Facts' For NPR

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Who Knew? For more than 20 years, research librarian Kee Malesky has answered questions for NPR reporters, editors and hosts. She has compiled some of her favorite bits of "inessential knowledge" — such as which building did Elvis leave last? -- in a new book, All Facts Considered. Robert P. Malesky hide caption

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'All Facts Considered' By NPR's Longtime Librarian

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