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The Scholastic Book of World Records 2003

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 16, 2003

    5th grade review of this book

    As things go, I think this book is a great book to read. This book is about every single record that you might have wanted to know about. The characters are people, animals, and buildings. The places are everywhere! I call this one of my five star books because it talks about everywhere! If I were in the shoes of the famous people in this book, I would be very excited to be one of them because they get a lot of attention. It would be better than me, living in an apartment building and without fame and fortune. I enjoy this ' best friend' book of mine because it talks about almost anything that I need to know about in the year 2003. The part I like least of all is the football part. I don't like it because football, I think, is boring. What I think Jennifer Morse has to work on is nothing at all. I like her book just the way it is. It is because of her knowledge of famous things, places, etc. that makes her writing comfortable with me. The characters in this book are famous, the best performers, and they're fortunate. They are so famous that they persuade me to become famous one day when I grow up. This is how interesting this book is. My opinion of this book is that really persuasive and enjoyable to read. It makes you 'glued' with the book. The thing I want mostly to know about is more cool vehicles. I want to know more more because I might want to invent a car someday. My favorite part about this book is the Mclauren F1, which is such a cool sports car. IN this book, there is one surprise... The bonus section! I call it a surprise because the facts are hilarious and sad. I hope that Jennifer Morse willl make another book that's even more interesting than the first. I think the big idea of this book is to attract record readers everywhere, read this book before you read Ripley's Believe It Or Not !!! World Records of 2003 is the greatest. I would recomend this book to everyone who likes surprises, animal facts, and different places. I did not know this, but did you know you can pay a fine if you harass a whale? That is one of the interesting facts you will find if you read this book.

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