First Edition Points and Criteria for Friday Night Lights

Year Published: 1990
Author Last Name: Bissinger
Author First Name: H.G.
Publisher: Addison-Wesley
Original Price: $19.95
Pages: 357

The first edition of this great book was published by Addison-Wesley in 1990. It was 357 pages long, and the original retail price was $19.95. First edition criteria are: First printing, July 1990 is stated on the copyright page below letter and number line "ABCDEFGHIJ-MW-943210".

Friday Night Lights is classified in the following category: Sports

Picture of the 1990 first edition dust jacket for Friday Night Lights.
Picture of the 1990 first edition dust jacket for Friday Night Lights.

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Identification picture of Friday Night Lights.

Identification picture of Friday Night Lights.

Identification picture of Friday Night Lights.

Identification picture of Friday Night Lights.

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