I hated Woody Woodpecker and Scooby-Doo.
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- Dec 28, 2014
I'd guess somewhere over 50 but under 100. So a fair amount. It's possible more but I'm not going over the entire list just to figure it out. Most of it is nonfiction. He had a knack for explaining things clearly, so a lot of his books are better than textbooks for learning the subject it's about. For instance, I used his algebra book because the textbook high school was using was absolutely useless and confusing.Serious question. How many Asimov books have you read? I wish I was a fan of science fiction fan but I've never been into it beyond the classics and JG Ballard, the least science fiction science fiction author of all time. I think it partly has to do with the amount of work these writers wrote.
I'd recommend his short stories, particularly "Nightfall," which is easily located in the collection of the same name, also a top notch collection.For his sci-fi though, his seminal pieces are The Foundation Trilogy, The Gods Themselves (Asimov cites this as his favorite), and I, Robot.