Guinness World Records Mad Libs
Since it was first published in 1955, Guinness World Records™ has gone on to become the world’s best-selling copyright book, selling more than one hundred million copies! That’s a world record on its own! Kids will love filling in the blanks of sports, human body, and natural history world records, and in addition, the actual record will be listed on the bottom of the page. A great way for kids to have fun and learn!
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