Books on the governor

10/03/2008 2:41 PM

10/15/2008 5:19 PM

Books by and about Schwarzenegger:

Arnold: the education of a bodybuilder by Arnold Schwarzenegger with Douglas Kent Hall (1977).

Arnold's bodyshaping for women by Arnold Schwarzenegger with Douglas Kent Hall (1979).

Arnold's Bodybuilding for men by Arnold Schwarzenegger with Bill Dobbins (1981).

Encyclopedia of modern bodybuilding by Arnold Schwarzenegger with Bill Dobbins (1985).

Arnold's fitness for kids ages 11-14: a guide to health, exercise, and nutrition by Arnold Schwarzenegger with Charles Gaines (1993).

Arnold! by Tom Green (1987).

Arnold Schwarzenegger: a portrait by George Butler (1990).

Arnold: an unauthorized biography by Wendy Leigh (1990).

Arnold Schwarzenegger by Charles B. Dorsey (1990).

The films of Arnold Schwarzeneggerby John L. Flynn (1993).

True myths: the life and times of Arnold Schwarzenegger by Nigel Andrews (1996).

Why Arnold matters : the rise of a cultural icon by Michael Blitz and Louise Krasniewicz (2004)

People in the news: Arnold Schwarzenegger by Karen Brandon (2004).

Governor Arnold: A Photodiary of His First 100 Days in Office by Andy Borowitz (2004).

Schwarzenegger syndrome: politics and celebrity in the age of contempt by Gary Indiana (2005)

Fantastic: the life of Arnold Schwarzenegger by Laurence Leamer (2005).

Arnold and me: Schwarzenegger/bodybuilder, actor, governor by Michael F. Salzle (2005).

Arnold and me: in the shadow of the Austrian oak by Barbara Outland Baker (2006)

The people's machine: Arnold Schwarzenegger and the rise of blockbuster democracy by Joe Mathews (2006).

I feel earthquakes more often than they happen: coming to California in the age of Schwarzenegger by Amy Wilentz (2006).

Party of one: Arnold Schwarzenegger and the rise of the independent voter by Daniel Weintraub (2007).

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