November children's book of the month - Guinness World Records 2014 giveaway

Guinness World Records 2014Guinness World Records, distributed in more than one hundred countries and translated into 20 languages is the official reference for world records and one of the bestselling books of all time.

In this new edition, be prepared to discover the most awe-inspiring people, pets and products, including new record-holders such as a skateboarding goat, a 15-metre-long robot dragon, the world's furriest cat and a giant-size drumkit.

Packed to bursting with new and updated achievements from the tallest to the shortest, from animals to machines, and from the wacky to the astonishing, the Guinness World Records 2014 book features an all-new design and more images than ever before, including over 100 all-new original photographs you won't find anywhere else.

New topics this year include Superheroes, Venom, and Social Networking and feature chapters on the Circus and Dynamic Earth round off our most exciting and explosive edition yet.



Previously showcased in the 2013 book edition, the SEE IT 3D Augmented Reality feature is back this year and is bigger and better than ever. Live through the exciting experience of seeing record holders erupt from the pages in front of your eyes in full 3D.





Download the free app (available on iOS and Android devices), point your device wherever you see the SEE IT 3D logo and watch the record holders come to life.





Craig GlendayQ&A with editor-in-chief of Guinness World Records, Craig Glenday

Craig Glenday will be joining us for a Q&A to answer your questions about the Guinness World Records.

Craig has been editor-in-chief at Guinness World Records since 2005 and under his editorship, the titles have transformed to offer record fans an immersive, multi-media experience crammed with more records, facts and figures than ever-before.

Craig's journey to the helm of Guinness World Records encompassed 15 years in the magazine and book publishing industries, as well as success as a food writer and published author.

His lifelong passion for fascinating facts, stats and trivia – plus a random selection of previous jobs including church organist, baker, and theatre-pit drummer – has brought him to the wonderful world of record-breaking, where, in his own words, he can indulge in his love of extremes.

Post your questions to Craig on the discussion thread by 25 November 2013 and we'll post up his answers on 2 December 2013.


More information

Watch this video for sneak peek at some of the people, animals and other amazing things you'll find inside the book...

For more information about the Guinness World Records 2014 visit their website


If you receive a copy, we do expect you to post a review or join the discussion on the thread. 

Apply for a copy, this giveaway closes 10am, Friday 8 November 2013.




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