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eBook The Beanie Baby Handbook ePub

by Sue Fox,Les Fox

  • ISBN: 0964698692
  • Category: Antiques and Collectibles
  • Subcategory: Hobby
  • Author: Sue Fox,Les Fox
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: West Highland Pub Co; 1st edition (June 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 128
  • ePub book: 1678 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1943 kb
  • Other: txt docx lrf azw
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 722

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They had predictions for when each then current beanie would retire. Its interesting for collectors to now look back and see which predictions came true and those that didn't. The last entry in their Beanie Baby Handbook series was an unusual but appetizing one; Recipes of various food and drink attributed to various beanies.

Les and Sue Fox's The Beanie Baby Handbook is an essential reference guide for Beanie Baby fanatics. Every known Beanie Baby is pictured in full color, with an estimate of its 1998 value and a speculative value for the year 2008. Although this is only an estimate, who knows if Beanie Babies will hold their value like Microsoft stock does).

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The Beanie Baby Handbook book. This New York Times bestseller is a fun and fact-filled "unofficial" handbook to collecting Beanie Babies. This guide includes full-color photos, issue prices, 1998 values, and estimated values for the year 2008, plus "Beanie Hunter Tips" and much more.

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Contains full page color photos of all NEW Beanie Babies, and includes photos and current values for all 200 Beanie Babies. This edition includes 52 fabulous recipes from the authors and Beanie Chef Jeanette Long. Both previous editions have been on the New York Times Bestseller List, as well as on the USA Today Bestseller List. There are over 3 million copies of The Beanie Baby Handbook in print!

Comments

Galanjov Galanjov
During the heyday of the Beanie Baby craze, there were many price guides available for the collector to reference.
The most fun and entertaining ones came from Les and Sue Fox. They had funny commentary for each Beanie which added to the fun and joy of collecting. They had predictions for when each then current beanie would retire. Its interesting for collectors to now look back and see which predictions came true and those that didn't.
The last entry in their Beanie Baby Handbook series was an unusual but appetizing one; Recipes of various food and drink attributed to various beanies. It starts off with the usual commentary but only for the May 1998 releases. Like any cookbook, the recipes are divided by sections.
I've tried some of these and they are very good. The recipes have an adorable photograph of the dish with the attributed beanie beside it.
The Fox family wrote the most entertaining beanie guides and this was their best one.
Freaky Hook Freaky Hook
Fun trip down memory lane! I was never a Beanie maniac, I only bought a few I thought were cute and still have them, never intending to sell them for a fortune. But as many of us do I remember those who thought they were going to get rich in Beanies. Les & Sue Fox were independently publishing this book and ended up as NY Times Bestselling authors because of this "guide".... fun to remember!
Brakree Brakree
Loved it!
Ceck Ceck
This book is out of date.
Pemand Pemand
It was such a fun trip down memory lane! I remember the Beanie craze and although I was not a crazed collector (I only own 6 Beanies to this day and only bought the ones I really liked because I liked them not becuase I thought they would be valuable) it was fun to look back.. the book has every Beanie as of 1998 in it, their poems, and their "projected" values! It is amazing to me what people spent on them... In spite of the craze the fact remains that Beanies are incredibly cute and after seeing all of them in this book there might be a few I will look for here on Amazon to add to my small collection. A great way to remember Beanies and look back on the fun that turned into a craze and then crashed like the Internet stock bubble! (An interesting book to go along with this one is called "The Great Beanie Baby Bubble" and that interesting book describes all that went on that led people to spend hundreds or thousands on Beanies and how the craze started, peaked, and then crashed suddenly. A good read!
Usishele Usishele
When I first got this book, the Beanie Baby craze had hit a high point. My sister and I would read it over and over again for the articles on different Beanie Babies at the time, and dream of all the rare Beanie Babies we'd probably never have. As we got older, so did the craze, and all we were left with was a glorified cookbook. However, the recipes in this book are actually quite good. One recipe in particular has been my most favorite over the years: the gingersnap recipe. I can't remember the exact name of the recipe, so I haven't been able to find it online. All I can remember is the delicious taste of those sweetly soft ginger cookies with a side of milk and fresh out of the oven. The only reason why I want this book again is solely for this recipe.
Ygglune Ygglune
I really injoyed the book. Others who don't like it must be nuts. It tells you the birthdates and full colored pictures and current values and the values in 2008. Also when it is likely to retire. It also gives you the poem on the certain beanies tag and the 10 most vauluble beanies and if you want to look up a certain beanie it is easy because it's in alphabetical order.Other beanie book don't always have the correct value or don't have it at all and gives no further info. The only problem with the book is that it only gives you guesses when it will retire. Other than that i would recomed it. I wish that they made one for 1999!
I think this is the best Beanie Baby book I've come across, and it will be for a while, but it's missing a few things! It needs more facts about the individual Beanies such as: reversed tags (and what the reversed tagged Beanies are worth and what they WILL be worth when they retire), reasons WHY they rate them as Recommended or Highly Recommended, reasons they were retired (if they have a reason), and other things like that! Maybe they should think about that for their next edition! I hope you see this Les & Sue Fox! Thanks for taking the time to read this!