Guinness World Records 2003by Guinness World Records Editors (Editor)
The 2003 edition includes fabulous, expanded new sections based on feedback from readers. And with
Guinness World Records is the world's best-selling copyright book, and it's a record-breaking publishing phenomenon! It has historically rocked the best-seller charts selling over 4 million copies annually, with publications printed in over 22 different languages.
The 2003 edition includes fabulous, expanded new sections based on feedback from readers. And with over 1,000 new records, the 2003 edition is sure to be a record-breaking best-seller!
- Up front is a large section dedicated to the most fascinating and inspiring records of heroism, human achievement, and amazing survival against all odds - from balloon flights around the world to deep-sea divers to avalanche survivors.
- The 2003 edition also offers an expansive focus on the latest and most amazing advances in military technology, from the world's fastest spy planes to the most sophisticated submarines to the latest advances in robotic vehicles.
- The 2003 sports section (a perennial favorite) has been super-sized to include even more records about Extreme Sports and the Olympics, as well as exotic and amazing games from around the globe.
Of course, the editors have included updates on the classic records, and a fun "how to break a record" section as well. And with a holographic cover, if there was ever a can't-miss edition of the Guinness World Records book, it would be the 2003 edition!
- Time Home Entertainment, Inc
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- 8.94(w) x 11.94(h) x 1.01(d)
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it was okay for the peoples part to bye the book
there is soe crazy things going around the world read the book and find out whats going on
This book rocks! it's better than 2002. But i must admit, it is kind of early
Cool, you guys will love it!
I have been waiting for this, but it is too early. The last one was released a few weeks before Sept 11, and included a record for most deaths in a terrorist attack- around 40. But I am curious to know who holds the record for opening weekend (Harry Potter never got his chance!), since Attack of the Clones (on DVD 11-12-2002) beat Spider-Man (on DVD 11-01-2002) by 2 million dollars only if you count the advance screenings on May 15th.
I CAN'T WAIT TILL THIS COMES OUT. I LIKE TO READ GUINESS WORLD RECORDS!