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.
Most Times Saying "Moo" To A Picture Of A Cow In A Book In 30 Seconds
Tallest Paperback Book Tower
Longest Penny Bookmark
Tallest Hardcover Book Tower
Farthest Distance Driven While Balancing A Book On Head
Fastest Time To Rip Five Phone Books In Half
Fastest Time For Four People To Each Read The First Four Limericks In "The Hopeful Trout And Other Limericks"
Fastest Time To Say First 100 Digits Of Pi While Twisting A Rubik's Cube And Balancing 15 Books On Head
Largest Audience At A Children's Storybook Reading
East TN PBS & Karns Elem. Sch.
Most People Fitting 15 Marshmallows In Mouth While Balancing Five Books On Head And Standing On Chair
Largest Group Of People Reading "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?" At Once
Kasson Public Library
Most People Simultaneously Reading Aloud In A Bookstore
The Book Cellar
Largest Group Reading A Poem At A Library At Once
Youngest Poet To Recite His Own Published Poem
Most Words From "Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets" Read In One Minute
Justus Belanger Mazeral
Longest Movie Quote Recited While Driving And Balancing A Book On Head