The Guinness book of world records, 1998

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Bantam Books, Mar 2, 1998 - Reference - 750 pages
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From the world of arts and entertainment to the world of nature, from the highest voice to the deepest cave,The Guinness Book of Recordsis the only authority of record for all the facts, figures, and vital statistics--and the photos to back them up! The most extraordinary human achievements and natural wonders humankind has ever known are all here in this exciting and expanded edition of the number one record book of all time.

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User Review  - Shaun - Goodreads

Think this was the first GWR I received one Christmas and have had every other one since. Love the fact that they can be picked up and opened to any page and you will learn something new. I also think this is the one that has the picture of Freddy Kreuger which used to terrify me. Read full review

Contents

FANTASTIC SCIENCE
8
Big Deals 2 Chemistry
128
HOBBIES AND Machines
140
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Mark Young" "is a former editor of the U.S. edition of "The Guinness Book of World Records" and a former judge on the Guinness World Records television show. Mark is a freelance writer who has covered the last three Olympic Games, Wimbledon, and the Super Bowl for NBC Sports and ESPN Classic. He is an Emmy Award Nominee. He lives in Bethel, Connecticut.

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