Fearless Feats: Incredible Records of Human Achievement

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Laurie Calkhoven, Ryan Herndon, Laura Barrett
Scholastic, Feb 1, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 90 pages
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Here from editors of the Guinness Book of Records are the wildest, most incredible human records -- from the farthest human cannonball flight to the longest bungee jump. Packed with action photos!

GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS: FEARLESS FEATS presents the world's most awesome human records. You'll meet real people around the world who are the best at:

· Shooting a bow and arrow - with her feet
· Land-skiing in titanium boots at 200 miles per hour
· Juggling chainsaws
· Bathing with rattlesnakes
· Pulling freight trains
· And much more.

What will people do to be the best? Read GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS: FEARLESS FEATS to find out!

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Great book for a great price. Kinda small, but that's what to expect for such a cheap price. Full of pictures and a good book for someone who doesn't like to read much. ... Read full review

Contents

A RecordBreaking History
3
Fantastic Food Feats
73
Daring Feats of Feet
81
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About the author (2006)

Laurie Calkhoven is a children's writer and editor living in New York City. She has written many historical children's books including George Washington: An American Life and Harriet Tubman: Leading the Way to Freedom. You can visit her at www.lauriecalkhoven.com.

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