In Depth

In Depth: Kenneth C. Davis

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Kenneth Davis is the author of 12 adult non-fiction books:

Two-Bit Culture: The Paperbacking of America (1984); Don't Know Much About History: Everything You Need to Know about American History but Never Learned (1990); Don't Know Much About Geography: Everything You Need to Know about the World but Never Learned  (1992); Don't Know Much About the Civil War: Everything You Need to Know about America's Greatest Conflict but Never Learned  (1996); Don't Know Much About the Bible: Everything You Need to Know about the Good Book but Never Learned  (1998); Don't Know Much About the Universe: Everything You Need to Know about Outer Space but Never Learned (2001); Don't Know Much About Mythology: Everything You Need to Know about the Greatest Stories in Human History but Never Learned  (2005); Don't Know Much About Anything: Everything You Need to Know but Never Learned about People, Places, Events and More! (2007); Don't Know Much About Anything Else: Even More Things You Need to Know but Never Learned about People, Places, Events and More!  (2008); America's Hidden History: Untold Tales of the First Pilgrims, Fighting Women, and Forgotten Founders Who Shaped a Nation (2009); A Nation Rising: Untold Tales of Flawed Founders, Fallen Heroes, and Forgotten Fighters from America's Hidden History (2010); Don't Know Much About the American Presidents (2012).

He is co-author of Don't Know Much About Literature: What You Need to Know but Never Learned About Great Books and Authors (2009).

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Kenneth C. Davis

Mr. Davis is a popular historian and creator of the "Don't Know Much About" series of educational books.  Mr. Davis frequently lectures at national museums and provides commentary to various media outlets, including National Public Radio and the New York Times.

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