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T.V. Guide cook booklet: a selection of favorite recipes that have appeared in America's favorite tv magazine
TV Guide
TV Guide by TV Guide
TV Guide - January-April 1955
TV Guide Guide to TV by Steve Sonsky
TV Guide Guide to TV 2006 by TV Guide
TV Guide Roundup by Editors of TV Guide
TV Guide Star Trek 35th Anniversary Tribute by TV Guide
TV Guide This Is Elvis by TV Guide Elvis-Subject Presley
The TV Guide TV Book
The TV Guide TV Book: 40 Years of the All-Time Greatest : Television Facts, Fads, Hits, and History by Ed Weiner
TV Guide, September-December 1955
TV Guide: Collector's Edition - Farewell to Star Trek the Next Generation by TV Guide
TV Guide: Fifty Years of Television by TV Guide
TV Guide: TV on DVD 2006: The Ultimate Resource to Television Programs on DVD by Editors of TV Guide Magazine
TV Guide: March 3-9, 1956 by TV GuideMar 3 1956
TV Guide: September 26-October 2, 1959Sep 26 1959
TV Guide: January 25-31, 1964 by Merrill PanittJan 25 1964
TV Guide: January 21-27, 1967Jan 21 1967
TV Guide: March 22-28, 1969Mar 22 1969
TV Guide: May 10-16, 1969 by VariousMay 10 1969
TV Guide: July 19-25, 1969Jul 19 1969
TV Guide: November 14-20, 1970Nov 14 1970
TV Guide: February 27-March 5, 1971 by N/AFeb 27 1971
TV Guide: September 11-17, 1971Sep 11 1971
TV Guide: April 15-21, 1972 by UnknownApr 15 1972
TV Guide: June 10-16, 1978Jun 10 1978
TV Guide: April 24-30, 1982 by TV GuideApr 24 1982
TV Guide: June 25-July 1, 1988Jun 25 1988
TV Guide: May 26-June 1, 1990 by Editors of TV Guide MagazineMay 26 1990
TV Guide: July 27-August 2, 1991 by TV GuideJul 27 1991
TV Guide: August 31-September 6, 1991Aug 31 1991
TV Guide: April 17-23, 1993 by TV GuideApr 17 1993
TV Guide: July 24-30, 1993 by The Staff of TV GuideJul 24 1993
TV Guide: July 31-August 6, 1993 by TV GuideJul 31 1993
TV Guide: September 4-10, 1993Sep 4 1993
TV Guide: January 15-21, 1994Jan 15 1994
TV Guide: May 14-20, 1994 by TV GuideMay 14 1994
TV Guide: Sept 17-23, 1994 by TV GuideSep 17 1994
TV Guide: January 14-20, 1995Jan 14 1995
TV Guide: March 11-17, 1995Mar 11 1995
TV Guide: July 22-28, 1995 by TV GuideJul 22 1995
TV Guide: October 7-13, 1995 by TV GuideOct 7 1995
TV Guide: January 20-26, 1996 by TV GuideJan 20 1996
TV Guide: January 27-February 2, 1996Jan 27 1996
TV Guide: February 17-23, 1996 by TV GuideFeb 17 1996
TV Guide: April 6-12, 1996 by TV GuideApr 6 1996
TV Guide: June 29-July 5, 1996 by TV Guide EditorsJun 29 1996
TV Guide: July 6-12, 1996 by TV GuideJul 6 1996
TV Guide: July 20-26, 1996 by TV Guide EditorsJul 20 1996
TV Guide: August 24-30, 1996 by TV GuideAug 24 1996
TV Guide: September 21-27, 1996 by TV GuideSep 21 1996
TV Guide: December 21-27, 1996Dec 21 1996
TV Guide: April 26-May 2, 1997 by Bernie WrightsonApr 26 1997
TV Guide: May 17-23, 1997 by TV GuideMay 17 1997
TV Guide: June 28-July 4, 1997 by TV GuideJun 28 1997
TV Guide: August 30-September 5, 1997Aug 30 1997
TV Guide: September 6-13, 1997Sep 6 1997
TV Guide: September 20-26, 1997 by TV GuideSep 20 1997
TV Guide: November 8-14, 1997 by The Staff of TV GuideNov 8 1997
TV Guide: November 15-21, 1997 by TV GuideNov 15 1997
TV Guide: April 4-10, 1998Apr 4 1998
TV Guide: June 20-26, 1998Jun 20 1998
TV Guide: August 29-September 24, 1998 by TV GuideAug 29 1998
TV Guide: September 5-11, 1998 by TV GuideSep 5 1998
TV Guide: April 3-9, 1999 by TV GuideApr 3 1999
TV Guide: May 15-21, 1999 by TV Guide Magazine GroupMay 15 1999
TV Guide: May 29-June 3, 1999 by TV GuideMay 29 1999
TV Guide: December 4-10, 1999 by TV GuideDec 4 1999
TV Guide: March 11-17, 2000 by TV Guide Magazine GroupMar 11 2000
TV Guide: July 1-7, 2000Jul 1 2000
TV Guide: July 15-21, 2000 by TV GuideJul 15 2000
TV Guide: September 9-15, 2000 by TV GuideSep 9 2000
TV Guide: November 4-10, 2000Nov 4 2000
TV Guide: November 25-December 1, 2000 by TV GuideNov 25 2000
TV Guide: May 19-25, 2001 by TV GuideMay 19 2001
TV Guide: August 25-31, 2001 by TV GuideAug 25 2001
TV Guide: September 15-21, 2001Sep 15 2001
TV Guide: December 15-21, 2001 by TV GuideDec 15 2001
TV Guide: April 20-26, 2002 by TV Guide - publisherApr 20 2002
TV Guide: May 11-17, 2002 by The Staff of TV GuideMay 11 2002
TV Guide: September 3-9, 2002 by TV Guide Elvis-Subject PresleySep 3 2002
TV Guide: September 14-20, 2002Sep 14 2002
TV Guide: May 17-23 2003 by TV GuideMay 17 2003
TV Guide: July 26-August 1, 2003 by TV GuideJul 26 2003
TV Guide: December 13-19, 2003 by TV GuideDec 13 2003
TV Guide: February 13-19, 2005 by UnknownFeb 13 2005
TV Guide: October 9-16, 2005Oct 9 2005
TV Guide: January 21-27, 2008 by TV GuideJan 21 2008
TV Guide: April 14-20, 2008 by TV GuideApr 14 2008
TV Guide: January 26-February 1, 2009 by TV Guide Obama-SubjectJan 26 2009
TV Guide: June 1-14, 2009 by TV Guide MagazineJun 1 2009
TV Guide: November 9-15, 2009 by UnknownNov 9 2009
TV Guide: May 7-20, 2012 by TV Guide MagazineMay 7 2012

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To create a series or add a work to it, go to a "work" page. The "Common Knowledge" section now includes a "Series" field. Enter the name of the series to add the book to it.

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Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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