Book world records contain volumes of human achievement, from the high-minded and literary (Ulysses, anyone?) to the pure physical exertion of ripping phone books in half. Books are a versatile record-setting prop, able to be stacked in towers, balanced on heads and, last of all, read.
Longest Time Balancing An Ottoman Top On Head While Holding A Pencil On Upper Lip And Reading A Book
Most Catches Juggling Three Balls While Kneeling On An Exercise Ball And Balancing A Book On Head
Farthest Distance Driven While Balancing A Book On Head
Fastest Time For A Family Of Four To Read "There's A Wocket In My Pocket"
Fastest Time For A Three-Year-Old To Recite The 66 Books Of The Bible In Order
Fastest Time For Four People To Each Read The First Four Limericks In "The Hopeful Trout And Other Limericks"
Fastest Time For Two People To Sing "Sto Lat" While Balancing A History Book On Their Heads
Fastest Time To Check In A Shopping Cart Full Of Books At A Public Library
Fastest Time To Flip 144 Pages Of A Book
Fastest Time To Name All Harry Potter Book Titles In Chronological Order
Fastest Time To Name All Titles In The "The 39 Clues" Series
Fastest Time To Name Every Book In The New Testament
Fastest Time To Read "One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish"
Fastest Time To Read A Page From "The Swiss Family Robinson" Book
Fastest Time To Read Aloud Page 251 From Ulysses In A Prius
Fastest Time To Read The First Word Of 25 Books In A Prius