This article is from the All My Children FAQ, by Margaret Gibbs gibbsm@no_spam.poppyware.com with numerous contributions by others.
Be aware that many of the books listed below are out of print:
"The Wonderful World of TV Soap Operas", printed in 1972 by
Three books whose main title is "Agnes Nixon's All My Children".
Each has its own subtitle:
Book 1: Tara & Philip, covers 1970-1972, isbn 0-515-04892-5
Book 2: Erica, covers 1972-1974, isbn 0-515-04895-X
Book 3: The Lovers, covers 1974-1976, isbn 0-515-04896-8.
The author of all three books was Rosemarie Santini, published by
Jove Publications, Inc./200 Madison Avenue/New York, NY 10016. The
first two have a copyright date of 1980; the last was copyrighted
"All Her Children" by Dan Wakefield; Doubleday & Co, 1976
a behind the scenes story of the show by an unabashed fan.
You have to stumble on it in a used bookshop. Worth finding.
"The Confessions of Phoebe Tyler" by Ruth Warrick
"The Soap Opera Book" by Manuela Soares, Latham Publishing, 1978
"Soap World" bu Robert LaGuardia published by Arbor House,
New York 1983. ISBN: 0-87795-482-8
"Soap Opera Mania - Love, Lust & Lies from Your Favorite Daytime
Dramas" by Tom Biracree.
"All My Children: The Complete Family Scrapbook" by Gary Warner
(email address firstname.lastname@example.org); Los Angeles: General Publishing
Group, 1994, ISBN: 1881649458 : $25.00 (can order by phone
"The Soap Opera Book of Lists," by Gerard J. Waggett
(Harper Paperbacks, 1996)
"Having It All" by Erica Kane will be on the bookstores
bookshelves very soon (June 1997). Apparently one of the AMC
staffers ghost wrote the book. List price of the hard cover
book is $17.95, Amazon will have it for 30% less.