Guinness World Records 2011

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Guinness World Records, 2010 - Reference - 287 pages
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Guinness World Records makes its eBook debut with Guinness World Records 2011 - the same intriguing, informative and inspiring collection of superlatives, this time specially formatted for the ereader. This latest incarnation of the world-famous brand delivers nearly 4,000 new, updated and classic records straight into your hands, offering for the first time a fully searchable archive of incredible achievements.

In its book form, over 110 million copies have sold since the first edition was published in 1955, and nearly 4 million copies are sold every year in more than 100 countries and in 25 languages. Now, in ebook format, this unique content is available at the touch of a button - 288 pages at a fraction of the weight! [or "that fits into your pocket!"]

What's New in GWR 2011...

  • More US specific content including spreads dedicated to "American Heroes", "North American wildlife", "Route 66" and extended US sports pages!
  • 3,000 new and fully updated records, plus 1,000 classic superlatives
  • All-new photography
  • Plus, brand new records featuring these topics....

* The Space Shuttle - we say goodbye as it makes its final flight
* TV's Diamond Anniversary - 75 years!
* Pop Culture - all your favorite movies, DVDs, comics, graphic novels, and so on....
* Ashrita Furman - aka Mr. World Record Breaker - the man with the most records!

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About the author (2010)

Craig Glenday is an expert in vampire lore of the past few hundred years. He lives in England.

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