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The 2013 edition of the Guinness World Records, known until 2000 as the Guinness Book of Records, has arrived. It was released in USA and Canada on September 11 followed by its worldwide launch on September 15.
As in the past the publishers have added new features and attractions for the readers.
Their team of creative and skilled photographers have brought back some of the most amazing images which are exclusive to the Guinness World Records 2013.
One will find an estimated 4,000 records besides countless facts throughout the book with at least 75% of the content being brand new.
New to the 2013 edition is the infographics panel, a strip running down the page packed with amazing stats, facts, titbits and trivia, all presented in an engaging, reader-friendly way.
The quality of the information and images in the Guinness World Records is generally outstanding, easy to read, and is a great conversational piece for parties, and social gatherings.
It’s regarded as an excellent and fun book to sit on a coffee table, in a library, or at a dentist office.
The content is interesting, the book is informative, and many find it fascinating, and entertaining. It delivers information about astonishing stunts, the longest bridge, the tallest man and much more.
This book not only discovers amazing people in the world but also provides hours of pure fun-filled enjoyment. Guinness World Records, published annually, containing a collection of world records, both human achievements and the extremes of the natural world, remains popular with people of all age groups in every corner of the world.
The book itself holds a world record, as the best-selling copyrighted book series of all time. Its first edition was published in August 1955 having gone on become to the top of the British bestseller lists by Christmas.
The franchise has extended beyond print to include television series and museums.
The popularity of the franchise has resulted in Guinness World Records becoming the primary international authority on the cataloging and verification of a huge number of world records.