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Guinness World Records
Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group; April 2004

Guinness World Records is the world's bestselling copyright book, with more than 100 million copies sold, and this year marks the book's historic 50th Anniversary edition. The Guinness World Records 2004 edition will be like no other before it. Interviews with popular record holders, new records and photographs, and a look back at the most amazing record holders over the past 50 years will make this the most unique, collectible edition ever! Market research has shown that kids as well as their parents love the Guinness World Records book, and year after year, the book continues to hit the bestseller lists. For the 50th Anniversary Edition, the book will have its most dramatic cover with holographic 3D design.

Guinness World Records: Brain Stretching Quiz Pad
Penguin Putnam Books for Young Readers; February 2005

What's the best way to learn cool facts and have fun at the same time? Find out in two new activity books from Guinness World Records. Based on world records from the bestselling book, these fun-filled activity books are packed with tons of quizzes, questions, puzzles, and riddles to keep people of all ages amused for hours on end!
From sports, to insects, to the environment-quiz yourself across all categories of records!

The Art of the Sports Car
Dennis Adler
HarperCollins Publishers; October 2002

Dennis Adler -- premier photojournalist and car nut -- captures the ageless beauty and raw power of the sports car in this full-colour tribute to America's dream machine. There are great cars, and then there are sports cars -- timeless heart-stopping design mixed with amazing engineering and power. All the great sports cars and the stories behind them are here. From the early roadsters of the 20s, to the Porsche 911, and the Shelby 427 Cobra. The sports car is not just about going fast, but about going fast with style. Illustrated throughout, with more than 300 colour photos, this gorgeous profile of the most highly coveted cars on earth is sure to evoke the dream of all car enthusiasts: speed and adventure.

Compiled by: Sanyat Sattar



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