David Letterman and the Late Show writers have released four volumes of Top Ten Lists through CBS book publisher, Pocket Books. The first two volumes were originally released in hardcover and later mass-market paperback editions while the latter two editions only had hardcover releases.
- The "Late Show with David Letterman" Book of Top Ten Lists (1990).
- Roman Numeral Two!! An Altogether New Book of Top Ten Lists from "Late Show with David Letterman" (1991).
- The 1994 mass-market paperback re-print of this volume drops the "An Altogether New Book of" from the title.
- David Letterman's Book of Top Ten Lists and Zesty Lo-Cal Chicken Recipes. (1995).
- Also contains a plan for an end table by Norm Abram from This Old House. It however does not contain any recipes for chicken.
- David Letterman's NEW Book of Top Ten Lists and Wedding Patterns for the Husky Bride (1996).
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