Scholastic Book Of World Records 2011
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Scholastic Book Of World Records 2011

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A LOT can change in a year, and the bestselling SCHOLASTIC BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS has been updated to include all the most recent events with a fresh new cover and interior design!

Whether kids want to know what the world's deadliest snake is, which country eats the most chocolate, who has the most career touchdowns in the NFL, or which state has the largest water park, the...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published November 1st 2010 by Scholastic Paperbacks
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Did you know there is a rare watermelon called the densuke melon that can cost over 300$? What about the fact that the tiniest snake can be the most deadly? This book tells us about hundreds of never before seen world records and how difficult and amazing these are to accomplish or something like the blue whale that really deserves the position of "the biggest" or "the baddest". This book is so interesting and can give readers some new knowledge they'd love to know.

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The Scholastic Book of World Records was an interesting non-fiction book. I liked reading the cool facts about things. My favorite sections were probably music and animals. At first, it seemed like a lot to read but it went by pretty quickly because it jumps around a lot instead of staying on one thing for a really long time and there's only around a paragraph on each page. Another thing I liked were the graphs they put on each page. I would recommend this book to people who don't mind reading o...more
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This book is sooooooooo good and there is alot of useful information.
i learned some realy cool things in this book and i used some of the information to write a story on my blog, check it out!!!!!

it was soooo cool but some of the stuff was just disgusting

The spider was what creeped me out
Children's Literature Project
Each year Scholastic comes out with a new Book of World Records. The 2011 version contains almost 300 world records that cover topics like pop culture, sports, science, nature, money, human-made structures, and U.S.

Classroom uses:
- read while waiting for transitions
- classroom library for upper grades

DRA: unknown
This is a weird book featuring all the records around the world. After reading this, it left me mouth-opened!
morgan old
It had a lot of information in it and some of it was boring and some was very interesting but over all I liked it.
kind of cool reading about a 12 foot plant
page 236 is inapropiate
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