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As well as all your favorite records for talented pets, superhuman achievements, big stuff and extreme vehicles, you'll find show-stopping superlatives from brand-new categories. Topics making their GWR debut include waterfalls, twins, ballooning, apps, lightning, manga, archaeology, drones, and pirates - and that's just for starters!
So, get ready for your yearly dose of mind-blowing feats and wonders in Guinness World Records 2016 - the global authority on record-breaking.
Guinness World Records intrigues me. The set records, some weird and unusual, may not be life learning lessons that I need to know about but they sure are interesting. Someday, maybe someday, I'll set a record of my own. Until then, I'll be pacified by reading the Guinness World Records publications.
Guinness World Records 2016 is the most recent annual. It is a hardback book with a yellow foil cover with 256 pages of the tallest, longest, biggest, smallest, and oddest of things.
The family and I have engulfed ourselves in this illustrative book. I could immerse myself for hours reading everything in this book and still find new and interesting things the next time I read it. It's FULL of entertaining facts and information about all sorts of records that have been set. There's photos for almost every story. I keep this book out on the coffee table and it seems to get picked up every night by someone to scan and learn even more fascinating stuff. It definitely sparks conversation and "could you do that" questions. As a warning, there are images on a few of the pages that may be disturbing to some people.
Although we haven't taken advantage of the feature, owners of the book can access bonus content online. In addition to the many world records, there's pages that focus in on certain things. For instance, there's a page dedicated to blue whales and a page dedicated to human anatomy. Or if you want to know the ins and outs of sport stacking, there's a page for that. I'm immensely pleased with this book and will keep it for years, to read and reread several times.
One person will win a Guinness World Records 2016 hardback book.
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