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Guinness Record Breakers

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Published by Mint Publishers .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Reference - General,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Nonfiction,
  • Children: Grades 3-4,
  • World records,
  • Reference - Almanacs,
  • Curiosities and wonders,
  • Juvenile literature

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8529078M
ISBN 100965238334
ISBN 109780965238335
OCLC/WorldCa37814800

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"It is a great feeling to be in the Guinness World Records book. I really love that special and extreme people are being recognised. I hope my record inspires others to realise it’s never too late to try something new." Johanna Quaas - World’s oldest gymnast. Really bright and well-laid out book full of fascinating facts and records, from fastest people to largest dinosaurs, and everywhere inbetween. Obviously aimed at a slightly younger audience than the Guinness Book of Records (larger font, more pictures, slightly easier text), /5(41).   The book presents amazing, wild, and weird record breakers ever. It has all kinds of records that you have never thought of. The book features lots and lots and lots of images of record breakers breaking records! Guinness World Records also contain images that are actual size or certain objects or animals/5.   The book of Guinness World Records is full of brand new feats and others that have gone unbroken for years because they're too strange to be outdone.

STERLING PUBLISHING CO., INC. GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS Record Breakers THE BEATLES page shown in photo In good condition, inside cover and one page have been written on. Hardcover No Dust Cover Year: dir="ltr">Method of payment accepted Paypal. Item will ship USPS economy. NOTE: Due to the pandemic, I will be shipping Seller Rating: % positive. Alan Ross McWhirter (12 August – 27 November ) was, with his twin brother, Norris, the co-founder in of Guinness Book of Records (known since as Guinness World Records) and a contributor to the television programme Record Breakers. Record Breakers. Both brothers were regulars on the BBC show Record Breakers. They were noted for their photographic memory, enabling them to provide detailed answers to any questions from the audience about entries in the Guinness Book of Records. After Ross's death, Norris continued to appear on the show, eventually making him one of the most. Released in it was officially called Guinness Book of Record Breakers Collector’s Album. Published by F.K.S Publishers Ltd., Warwick House, Kilburn High Road, London NW6 2QN. Printed by Severn Valley Press in association with Visa Press Ltd.

The ultimate annual book of records is back and crammed with more than ever before! Guinness World Records is bursting with all-new records on topics as diverse as black holes, domes, owls and killer plants. And of course all your favourite record categories are updated, such as the world’s new tallest dog! Plus, want to be a record-breaker? Guinness Book of Record Breakers Collector's Album, FKS Publishers Ltd. Guinness Book of World Records, Colossal U.S. Edition, Norris McWhirter, Bantam Books, Inc. Guinness Museum of World Records Brochure, Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco.   Record Breakers: The Guinness Book of World Records, in pics. From the fluffiest bunny to the poppiest eyeballs, the launch of the Guinness Book of World Records record breakers (please. Guinness World Records (GWR) is the global authority on record-breaking achievements. First published in , the annual Guinness World Records® book has become one of the biggest-selling copyright titles of all time, selling million copies to date .