Q&A with Guinness World Records editor-in-chief, Craig Glenday. Last chance to send in questions

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RebeccaSMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 01-Nov-13 17:19:12

Guinness World Records is one of the bestselling books of all time and Guinness World Records 2014, our November children's book of the month, is jam packed with new and updated achievements from around the world, from tallest to shortest, from animals to machines and from the wacky to the astonishing.

Discover the most awe-inspiring people, pets and products from a 15-metre-long robot dragons to the world's furriest cat, and with over 100 all-new original photographs and a SEE IT 3D Augmented Reality feature, this new edition is guaranteed to be a favourite with all the family this Christmas.

We have 50 copies to give away so apply before 10am on 8 November and we'll email those who have been selected. Don't forget to come back and post your feedback over the month on this thread.

Guinness World Records editor-in-chief, Craig Glenday, will also be joining us for a Q&A to answer your questions about the Guinness World Records series. He has answered some of the questions but for those who are saving the book as a Christmas present he will be taking your questions until 10 January 2014. Please do keep posting up your reviews/ thoughts on the book and questions for Craig after Christmas.

vanbandi Mon 03-Feb-14 20:24:31

Thank you for the free copy. It is always so interesting to know these facts and how mad people could be smile Pictures are also great.
We have a copy in the dental surgery where I work and this is the favourite book for the children. they are amazed.

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