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    • George Sanger interview, 2004 April 19

    • Sound recording industry - Vocational guidance; Sound - Recording and reproducing
    • George Sanger discusses his book, “The Fat Man.” He begins by describing what video games were like before sound and the progress of game audio through today. Sanger then shares some of his history growing up in Southern California and how he ended...
    • Lee Siegel interview, 2003 March 24

    • Jewish men - Fiction; Birthfathers - Fiction; Mountaineers - Fiction; Entertainers - Fiction; Rogues and vagabonds - Fiction
    • Lee Siegel discusses his book, “Love and Other Games of Chance.” He begins by describing the character of Lee Siegel, and how it is not actually him in the book, but more his nemesis who has similar characteristics to himself. He then discusses the...
    • Joseph Siegman interview, 1998

    • International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame; Jewish athletes - Biography
    • Joseph Siegman discusses his book, “Jewish Sport Legends: The International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame.” He begins by describing the life of early baseball legend Lip Pike, who was the first professional Jewish baseball player. He talks about the...
    • John Badham interview, 2006

    • Motion pictures - Production and direction; Motion picture acting
    • John Badham discusses the book he co-authored with Craig Modderno entitled, “I’ll Be in My Trailer.” He begins by talking about some of the movies he directed like “Saturday Night Fever” and “War Games.” He tells anecdotes of directors clashing...
    • Esmé Raji Codell interview, 2004 January

    • Children - Books and reading - United States; Reading promotion; Reading - Parent participation; Oral reading; Children’s literature - Bibliography
    • Esmé Raji Codell discusses her book, “How to Get Your Child to Love Reading.” She begins by explaining that her book gives parents tip on how to stimulate a child’s imagination through books. She talks about how she was a children’s bookseller...
    • Doris Kearns Goodwin interview

    • Brooklyn Dodgers (Baseball team) - History; Baseball fans - United States - Biography; Historians - United States - Biography
    • Doris Kearns Goodwin discusses her book, “Wait Till Next Year.” Goodwin shares that she learned how to tell a story from beginning to end when her father asked her to keep score of baseball games when he was unable to watch them. She tells of how...
    • H. G. Bissinger interview, 1990

    • Permian High School (Odessa, Tex.) - Football; Football - Social aspects - Texas - Odessa
    • H. G. Bissinger discusses his book, “Friday Night Lights.” He begins by describing his time watching the 1988 Permian High School football team in the town of Odessa, TX. He talks about the culture of a small town and how everyone rallies for...
    • Chin-Ning Chu interview, 1988

    • Negotiation in business; Intercultural communication; National characteristics, Chinese
    • Chin-Ning Chu discusses her book, “Chinese Mind Games.” She begins by explaining that her book teaches how to successfully do business in China. She talks about how Chinese people treat business like war, and that the market is like a...
    • John Eliot interview, 2004 November 05

    • Success - Psychological aspects; Overachievement
    • John Eliot discusses his book, “Overachievement.” He begins by discussing how he served as a consultant to Rice University’s Baseball team who won the National Championship in 2003. He explains that as the team’s consultant he helped the players...

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