The Guinness World Records Collection

Guinness World Records is proud to bring you 3 incredible new books!


Guinness World Records 2018: Meet our Real-Life Superheroes

The Guinness World Records 2018 book is back and packed with over 4,000 incredible new records from the awe-inspiring natural world to cool science facts to unbelievable sporting achievements to awesome big stuff and much more. Featuring a special section dedicated to the fictional comic-book superheroes and the real-life superhumans who do extraordinary things such as the Canadian strongman vicar who can pull a jumbo jet. For the first time, Guinness World Records has incorporated 10 superlative infographic poster pages in the book exploring extreme records such as Fastest, Highest, Longest and Tallest. Students can compare what’s faster, Usain Bolt or a cheetah? The Guinness World Records 2018 book is the ultimate collection of amazing facts all in one place.

Guinness World Records 2018 Gamer’s Edition: The Ultimate Guide to Gaming Records

The Guinness World Records Gamer’s Edition 2018 is the ultimate guide to the record-breaking feats and achievements in the world of gaming. Filled with incredible records and stories from gaming superstars, to the records behind the top games, fantastic photos and thrilling stats. Fans of professional gamer, Dan TDM, will enjoy an exclusive forward where he discusses the last year in gaming news and more. You’ll also meet gaming heroes such as the world’s oldest games YouTuber at 81 and a special feature on the cape crusaders we all love. Gamers and aspiring ones are sure to be amazed and inspired.

Guinness World Records: Amazing Animals: Packed full of your Most-Loved Animal Friends

The brand new title, Guinness World Records: Amazing Animals, is a celebration of the fastest, tallest, strongest, strangest, coolest, most awesome animals in the world. It will entertain and delight young readers, while introducing them to fascinating and often astonishing facts about the animal kingdom. Presenting Bertie, the fastest tortoise in the world, who was clocked at .28 miles per hour. Plus, unlikely animal friendships, like the one between Owen, a young hippopotamus, and Mzee, a 130 year-old Aldabra tortoise. Amazing Animals also features fun games, quizzes, and activities along with animal facts and figures from the world of popular culture.




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