The RecordSetter Book of World Records: 300 + Extraordinary Feats by Ordinary People

The RecordSetter Book of World Records: 300 + Extraordinary Feats by Ordinary People
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ISBN10: 
0761165770
ISBN13: 
9780761165774
Pages: 
352
Published: 
October 10th 2011 by Workman Publishing Company, Inc.
Rating: 
4.47

Capturing all the exuberance, energy, and extraordinary human achievements found at RecordSetter, the new home of world records, this official RecordSetter book celebrates over 300 of the longest, loudest, slowest, weirdest, coolest, and most difficult-to-break records ever set. Best of all, if you get inspired, you’ll get tips and wisdom on how to set a world record of your own. The book will released by Workman on October 10th, 2011.

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