Monopoly: The World's Most Famous Game and How it Got that Way

Monopoly: The World's Most Famous Game and How it Got that Way

With 200 million copies sold in 60 countries since 1935, Monopoly is a force to be reckoned with. Monopoly: The World's Most Famous Game - And How it Got that Way ($17) by former Parker Brothers VP Philip E. Orbanes traces the game's origins from Elizabeth Magie and the Landlord's Game in 1903 to modern times and the seemingly endless variations the game now comes in. Amazing.

  • Playboy: The Celebrities

    Celebrating the pictorials of Playboy's history sounds great to us, and it sounds even better when they are iconic pictorials of some very important women. Playboy: The Celebrities ($27) is filled with over 150 photographs from some of the magazine's most famous subjects, including Naomi Campbell, Stephanie Seymour, Jenny McCarthy, Pamela Anderson, Debbie Harry, and Marilyn Monroe. Beautiful women, beautiful photographs, and Playboy — sounds like a great present to pick for yourself this holiday.

  • American Hair Metal

    Whether you were a member of the metal movement or hated everything about it, you have to admit it was a pretty fascinating phenomenon. American Hair Metal by Steven Blush ($16) takes a fun look at these spandex warriors through interview quotes and pictures from their heyday, taken by photographers such as Frank White and Eddie Malluk. The perfect coffee table book for the closet Crue lover in your life.

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