Five decades ago, Hugh Marston Hefner created "Playboy magazine", helping to ignite America's sexual revolution, and reinventing himself in the process-evolving from a struggling Chicago cartoonist with epic fantasies into "Mr. Playboy", the greatest living symbol of hedonism. Throughout the years, Hef created a world for himself that most men have yearned to inhabit, if only briefly, just to know what it's like to be him. In this sophisticated, retro-style volume, Hef offers a treasury of advice and maxims that teem with his often wry and heartfelt wisdom, accompanied with never-before-seen photographs and illustrations from his vast private archive. Here is advice on: love and ladies; sex and work; family and dreams; play and parties; ambition and friendship; games and competition; failure and hurt; success and endurance, and much more. A sexy survival guide for the would-be pajama-clad, sexually free mogul, "Hef's Little Black Book" is the ultimate accessory for every man who has ever dreamed big, voluptuous dreams - and the woman who wants to understand him in every way.