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Jeopardy! 2008 Day-to-Day Calendar by Andrews McMeel Publishing

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Published by Andrews McMeel Publishing .
Written in English


  • Quizzes,
  • Games / Quizzes,
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Calendars - Games,
  • Calendar

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages640
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7922564M
ISBN 100740766597
ISBN 109780740766596

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  “This is Jeopardy!” Celebrate the thirty-fifth anniversary of America’s Favorite Quiz Show® with The Jeopardy!Book of honor of this extraordinary milestone, the show’s producers have selected fifteen historic games from over seven thousand episodes that illustrate why the show is every bit as timely—and as lively—as it was the moment that Alex Trebek first took the /5(14). The story of Leroy Brown's use of his sharp ear and keen intelligence to find every clue, A millionaire meets his untimely death in his own mansion. Sixteen heirs are challenged to discover the murderer., A young detective who tackles her own cases and helps her father with his., Six kids who come from different cultures and have one thing in common: their love of ancient Egypt. Although Jeopardy! has hit pause on production, Alex Trebek has been keeping busy! Simon & Schuster announced today that it will publish a memoir by Alex, “The Answer Is: Reflections on My Life,” to be released on J (As it turns out, this is just ahead of his 80th birthday!) Get more details on the book and where you can pre-order a copy now. Welcome to , home of America's Favorite Quiz Show®. Here you can play games, learn about upcoming tests, stay up to date on J! news and more.

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