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R John Wisden at his peak known as The Little Wonder was a key member of the England cricket team who in 1859 sailed across the Atlantic on the world's first overseas cricket tour In 1864 after his retirement Wisden published the first edition of the book that would make his name immortal He printed full and accurate scores along with indispensable facts about the Derby the St Leger the university rowing matches and other Interesting Information including potted histories of the Wars of the Roses The 1864 edition is now valued at anything up to 25000 and Wisden Cricketers' Almanack has been published continuously ever since not for nothing is it known as the cricketer's bible The Almanack has despite some close shaves never missed a yearIn 1937 it was just 48 hours from liuidation and in the Second World War a German bomber set fire to the company's headuarters destroying its records And yet somehow the yellow since 1938 book has retained its antiue rugged character It is a labour of love collection of records for cricket obsessives but also a hearty eccentric It loves to count the number of wides in a season but also delights in relating tales from far flung pavilions Through the telling of Wisden's story we also glimpse the history of English and world cricket The book is a window onto the game's most charismatic characters its high points lows and political storms In The Little Wonder Robert Winder traces the central role the game has played in national life for so long The book's 150th anniversary in 2013 is the ideal time to tell the extraordinary story of Wisden's and cricket's journey from Victorian times to the modern world New every year it feels as though it has been with us for ev Entertaining

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The Little Wonder The Remarkable History of WisdenJohn Wisden at his peak known as The Little Wonder was a key member of the England cricket team who in 1859 sailed across the Atlantic on the world's first overseas cricket tour In 1864 after his retirement Wisden published the first edition of the book that would make his name immortal He printed full and accurate scores along with indispensable facts about the Derby the St Leger the university rowing matches and other Interesting Information including potted histories of the Wars of the Roses The 1864 edition is now valued at anything up to 25000 and Wisden Cricketers' Almanack has been published continuously ever since not for nothing is it known as the cricketer's bible The Almanack has despite some close shaves never missed a yearIn 1937 it was just 48 hours from liuidation and in the Second World War a German bomber set fire to the company's headuarters destroying its records And yet somehow the yellow since 1938 book has retained its antiue rugged character It is a labour of love collection of records for cricket obsessives but also a hearty eccentric It loves to count the number of wides in a season but also delights in relating tales from far flung pavilions Through the telling of Wisden's story we also glimpse the history of English and world cricket The book is a window onto the game's most charismatic characters its high points lows and political storms In The Little Wonder Robert Winder traces the central role the game has played in national life for so long The book's 150th anniversary in 2013 is the ideal time to tell the extraordinary story of Wisden's and cricket's journey from Victorian times to the modern world New every year it feels as though it has been with us for ever Arrived very uickly and as decribedbrand newwill give as Xmas present and confident he will enjoy reading it

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