As the proud author of the new book "Library World Records" I have been
received several new world records about books and libraries, for inclusion
in the new edition of "Library World Records" I am working on at the moment
in my free time.
I must say that some of the submitted records are a bit daft, a bit weird,
or just too funny to be included. But then some of these were sent by high
So to to help fans around the world of "Library World Records" be sure of
what kind of new world records will be okay to be submitted for listing in
the second edition of "Library World Records", I have complied some of brand
new exciting records I have come across in my ongoing research project for
the second edition.
For more details, visit
When you get to this web page, scroll down till you get to the button called
" New World Records"
If yiou have any further questions, please ask.
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About "Library World Records"
With more than 100 photographs from around the world, "Library World
Records" offers readers
amazing, incredible, and fascinating facts and figures about libraries, and
the three important
things we normally find in them: books, periodicals and, databases. The book
superlatives and comparative information such as the first, the largest, the
oldest, the smallest
and other miscellanea.
The facts about libraries, periodicals, books and reference databases around
the world illustrate
their evolution from crude and simple to sophisticated, complex and
"Library World Records" was newly published in the U.S. in March 3rd 2004 by
McFarland & Company
Inc, based in North Carolina.
Book specifics :
ISBN 078641619X. 255 pages, 112 photographs.
Includes bibliography and index. Paperback edition, 7 x 10 inches.
Copyright © 2004 Godfrey Oswald
Official website for 'Library World Records"
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