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My Listography: My Amazing Life in Lists Diary – August 6, 2008
Batman Character Encyclopedia
From Robin to the Joker, this compact, informative collection is your guide into over 75 years of the Dark Knight's friends and foes. Hardcover
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About the Author
Lisa Nola is the creator of the Listography Book series and the popular list-making website, listography.com.
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Lisa earned her B.A. at UC Berkeley, and earned graduate degrees from both Mills College and CSU East Bay. She served as a teacher for over 8 years and worked with the Children's Aid Society for 4 years in New York City. In her spare time, Lisa expands her lists into other forms of writing or she is out in the world experiencing things on her to do list.
Lisa is a believer in the magic of a dream, a hope, a wish, a list!
Listography.com: create your personal collection of lists, preserve your story, and stay inspired!
Like us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/listography
Top Customer Reviews
Also, don't miss the "Listography" and "Love Listography" journals, geared more specifically toward adults and couples, respectively.
I have the Listography book (grown up version) and it's great, but it asks for lists of things that are related to "grown up" activites, like drinking, and sex.
The kid's version is just as colorful and fun (if not more so) as the "grown ups" version,) and is much more appropriate for teens and tweens. The reading level is such that I don't recommend it for those under 4th grade, unless your child is advanced.
It's a great alternative to a journal, since the lists don't require as much writing, but you still get to know something about yourself. Even if your kid doesn't enjoy writing, they might be willing to use this. It will make a wonderful, fun keepsake to pull out decades later and review!
I will probably buy my younger son the same book next year - and may buy another one in a few years for my older son so he can see how his interests have changed. It's a pretty cool book and it's easy for kids to use.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I purchased this for myself and it's interesting. I feel it is geared for a younger person, not a female in her 30s. Great price and quality.Published 25 days ago by Kathi Holdway
I'm 25, but I bought this book anyway. It includes some fun lists that really get you thinking and remembering (like what you've ever been for Halloween). Read morePublished 8 months ago by Breanna D
I bought this for my boss as a Christmas present, knowing that she likes to journal but doesn't have much time. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Alison B
All of the listography books are just plain FUN. For those of us who need to remember or like to remember. Who like to make lists because we have ADD. Or just like lists... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Caren Faisst