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The 2009 edition of Guinness World Records features a revolutionary new design and is filled with more records than ever before. It includes two gatefold spreads and more than 20 pages of special records, all with 3-D photos which can be viewed with the enclosed 3-D glasses.


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The 2009 edition of Guinness World Records features a revolutionary new design and is filled with more records than ever before. It includes two gatefold spreads and more than 20 pages of special records, all with 3-D photos which can be viewed with the enclosed 3-D glasses.

30 review for Guinness World Records 2009

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dakota Lenz

    I don't really care for this book because it is meant for a younger age group and seems to be very immature. I think this book should be for a younger audience. One entry of the book says that a guy from Germany built the heaviest motorcycle in the world and it ways over 5 tons and he won 6 different records for his motor cycle. One other entry from this book is that they made the worlds biggest coca cola and mentoes rocket. They used over 300 2 liter bottles of soda and over 12 thousand mentoes. I don't really care for this book because it is meant for a younger age group and seems to be very immature. I think this book should be for a younger audience. One entry of the book says that a guy from Germany built the heaviest motorcycle in the world and it ways over 5 tons and he won 6 different records for his motor cycle. One other entry from this book is that they made the worlds biggest coca cola and mentoes rocket. They used over 300 2 liter bottles of soda and over 12 thousand mentoes. They won 3 awards for it. One last entry was the worlds heaviest car. The car weighed 17 tons and that owner of the car weighed 800 pounds so that was a heavy car. He won 12 awards for his car and one for him because he is the heaviest gut to fit into a compact car and drive it legally. This book is more for a younger audience that are like in 6th grade and mostly for boys and I would recommend this book to 6th graders. This is because of the immaturity and also because of how easy it is to read and not long sentences at all. These stories are very interesting and a lot of them take place in America but they are all over the world. I rated this book a 1 out of 5 stars because some of the things in this book should really not be in this book they are disgusting and is showing a lot of immaturity.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Aidan Rich

    Aidan Rich Mrs. Kimberlin Book review 14 January 2020 There is something extremely intriguing about the odd and eccentric abilities of mankind; and in Guinness World Records 2009, that is all you will find. Chiefly edited by Craig Glenday, Guinness World Records 2009 contains true history. Not necessarily the history that we study in school, but history nonetheless. With records ranging from space, to adventure, to sports, this book contains hundreds of world records set in the year 2009. Some of th Aidan Rich Mrs. Kimberlin Book review 14 January 2020 There is something extremely intriguing about the odd and eccentric abilities of mankind; and in Guinness World Records 2009, that is all you will find. Chiefly edited by Craig Glenday, Guinness World Records 2009 contains true history. Not necessarily the history that we study in school, but history nonetheless. With records ranging from space, to adventure, to sports, this book contains hundreds of world records set in the year 2009. Some of the records mentioned in the book show the extremes of the human physique, others illustrate the ability of humans to perform certain actions. With the vast amount of records, as well as the eccentric and intriguing nature of each one, readers will find that they will never lose interest in this attention-grabbing book. I felt that the book did an excellent job displaying the different records included in the book. Every page contained several pictures depicting the different records included on the specific page. These pictures help readers understand the text, as well as keep their attention. For many people, the pictures are the first, and possibly the only thing they look at on a page. Every picture immediately grabs the attention of the audience. The font and diction used by the writers was specifically chosen to grab and hold the attention of the readers. Even without the pictures or intriguing diction, just the plain facts of the records are plenty entertaining for the audience. Along with all of the records, there was a new special feature introduced in the Guinness World Records of 2009. At the bottom of the cover, it states, “With all new 3-D photography.” On certain pages, you can use 3-D glasses to see all new 3-D images come to life. This feature was newly introduced for the Guinness World Record book, and adds a whole new aspect to the entertainment of the book. With all of these aspects combined, the Guinness World Records book of 2009 becomes the perfect platform to present such whimsical records. After analyzing the book, I would one hundred percent recommend the Guinness World Records book of 2009. I believe this book appeals to teens or younger kids, but remains an interesting and intriguing read for readers of all ages. Every single page has a vast variety of eccentric and entertaining records that keep the audience engaged. While reading, I never lost interest in the immense amount of records presented. Not only are the records intriguing, but the crazy images on each page instantly grab the attention of readers. I wholeheartedly loved reading the Guinness World Records of 2009, and absolutely recommend the book to others. With all of the special features and entertaining aspects of the book, I believe that the book does an amazing job of compiling such eccentric records and presenting them in a creative way. Some may complain that the book is outdated, however; although the book is about 11 years old, the book does not fail to entertain audiences of all ages.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Daniel

    This is a great book for people who like watching people make world records. The characters are random people who do cool or weird stuff. The setting is everywhere I like how the author made this book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Izrayal Love

    Amazing goals those citizens have made!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Oscar Maquito

    I've Seen pf one of that books in My Guinness World Record Books and I Have This one and All of the Record Holders are Holding up Some Research I've Seen pf one of that books in My Guinness World Record Books and I Have This one and All of the Record Holders are Holding up Some Research

  6. 4 out of 5

    mason s.

    Gives cool and interesting facts about world records.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Steven Peterson

    Many people are familiar with this annual work. It's a lot of fun! Taking a look at the sometimes exotic records of the day is most enjoyable. This version, for better or worse, also features (ugh) a set of glasses that allows one three-D views of certain pages. Lots of odd records dot the pages of the 2009 volume, such as America's tallest person (7' 8"--sounds low to me!); the world's longest crawfish boil (got me what that means by the well known cooking artist Paula Deen); loweat mammalian bo Many people are familiar with this annual work. It's a lot of fun! Taking a look at the sometimes exotic records of the day is most enjoyable. This version, for better or worse, also features (ugh) a set of glasses that allows one three-D views of certain pages. Lots of odd records dot the pages of the 2009 volume, such as America's tallest person (7' 8"--sounds low to me!); the world's longest crawfish boil (got me what that means by the well known cooking artist Paula Deen); loweat mammalian body temperature (Arctic ground squirrel), longest drive with alternative fuel ((23,697 miles using natural gas); best-selling video game; etc. Anyway you cut it, this is a lot of fun!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Noah

    This book is a great book to read if you want to be informed about who is famous for what they did then this is the book for you and its also funny. This book was really funny and interesting on why some people are famous this is one of my favorite books. I would reccomend this book to people who like funny books and knowing how people became famous.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Luke

    This is a good book to read once a week it is about world records that are diferent to normal records like sports. They have records for smashing pianos in a short amount of time, They also have the strongest girl. I like this book because you dont get sucked into the book like other books

  10. 5 out of 5

    Gray .K

    Amazing. Before this book I had no idea that pumpkins could weigh over 1,000 pounds. This book is awesome. Anyone would enjoy how interesting some of the records that people pull of. I would highly recommend this to anyone.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Yizongk

    this book is FILLED with amazing facts that amazed me and i learn a lot from it. i would recommend this book to anyone who is a nerd.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Owen20

    It was awesome because I like looking at records so if you like looking at records you would like this book.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sara Abd el ma'aboud

    Dazzling :DD

  14. 5 out of 5

    David

    I just love browsing through the records.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Tommyliboy

    really cool and awsome book

  16. 5 out of 5

    Eagle 02

    I love to see different records

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jake

    Its a really informational book about facts such as tallest and shortest records. I feel its a great book. Its great for sports , records space information and countries.

  18. 5 out of 5

    tAsTeThErAiNbOw ($#::AdD&^&mE::#$)

    the 2009 world records is good i mostly liked pg.2 the record is on Fall Out Boy i really love that band also Pete Wentz! (;

  19. 5 out of 5

    Morgan

    It's got look of kool facts about the book you can learn about! It's got look of kool facts about the book you can learn about!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Ciera Hill

    i totaly am upsest and think you will love it to.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Alexis

    i love it!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Hazim

    jose-v- This book is very cool I like the way some people do crazy things. I how some pictuer ar in 3d mention

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ahmed Al-Doori

    Maybe I wouldn't enjoy it now, but I learned a great deal from the natural world and space sections it has شكرا بابا شهاب! Maybe I wouldn't enjoy it now, but I learned a great deal from the natural world and space sections it has شكرا بابا شهاب!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Brenna

    very cool

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ankita

    I read this and i loved it!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Rohan G.

    This is the '09 version and all of them are weird, funny, interesting, and cool. My version was in 3D so was cooler... This is the '09 version and all of them are weird, funny, interesting, and cool. My version was in 3D so was cooler...

  27. 5 out of 5

    Frida

    this book is not that good i think ripleys believe it or not is better than guinness world records

  28. 4 out of 5

    Claire jantzen

    Makes Me Laugh

  29. 4 out of 5

    Bradford J. Morse

  30. 4 out of 5

    Emilio Alvarado

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