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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User Review  - ALelliott - LibraryThing

This very popular book contains thousands of facts about everything from “largest tornado in the solar system” to most expensive television (the PrestigeHD Supreme Rose TV, made from 61lbs of 18 carat ... Read full review


User Review  - sir7677 -

I did not reliaze this was the size of a regular paper back book! I would recommend you purchase the hardback book which is bigger and better illustrated. Read full review

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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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