Guinness World Records 2005

Author: Claire Folkard
Publisher: Bantam
ISBN: 0553588109
Size: 11.36 MB
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Lists records, superlatives, and unusual facts in the areas of fame, business, crime, the natural world, technology, war, the arts, music, fashion, and sports.

Guinness World Records 2005

Author:
Publisher: Time Incorporated
ISBN: 1892051222
Size: 17.64 MB
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Lists records, superlatives, and unusual facts in the areas of fame, business, crime, the natural world, technology, war, the arts, music, fashion, and sports.

Guinness World Records 2005

Author: Claire Folkard
Publisher:
ISBN: 0851121926
Size: 10.31 MB
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This special collectable, golden anniversary edition features all the classic records...World's Tallest Man, Most Women's Olympic Water Polo Titles - Australia (Sydney 2000), Longest running TV Chat Show - The Tonight Show and many more Also includes plenty of new, exciting records. Special 50th Anniversary Edition. Please note this book is not published until October 2004.

Guinness World Records 2001

Author: Tim Footman
Publisher: Guinness World Records Limited
ISBN: 189205101X
Size: 10.57 MB
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Lists records, superlatives, and unusual facts in the areas of fame, business, crime, the natural world, technology, war, the arts, music, fashion, and sports.

Guinness World Records 2013

Author: Craig Glenday
Publisher: Bantam Books
ISBN: 9780345547118
Size: 11.68 MB
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Includes new and updated records with never-before-seen photography--from the new shortest living man and a slam-dunking parrot to the fiercest predators in the ocean.

It Happened On The Way To War

Author: Rye Barcott
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 9781608195015
Size: 16.57 MB
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In 2000 Rye Barcott spent part of his summer living in the Kibera slum of Nairobi, Kenya. He was a college student heading into the Marines, and he sought to better understand ethnic violence-something he would likely facelater in uniform. He learned Swahili, asked questions, and listened to young people talk about how they survived in poverty he had never imagined. Anxious to help but unsure what to do, he stumbled into friendship with awidowed nurse, Tabitha Atieno Festo, and a hardscrabble community organizer, Salim Mohamed. Together, this unlikely trio built a non-governmental organization that would develop a new generation of leaders from within one of Africa's largest slums. Their organization, Carolina for Kibera (CFK), is now a global pioneer of the movement called Participatory Development, and washonored by Time magazine as a "Hero of Global Health." CFK's greatest lesson may be that with the right kind of support, people in desperate places will take charge of their lives and create breathtaking change. Engaged in two seemingly contradictory forms of public service at the same time, Barcott continued his leadership in CFK while serving as a human intelligence officer in Iraq, Bosnia, and the Horn of Africa. Struggling with the intense stress of leading Marines in dangerous places, he took thetools he learned building a community in one of the most fractured parts of Kenya and became a more effective counterinsurgent and peacekeeper. It Happened on the Way to War is a true story of sacrifice and courage and the powerful melding of military and humanitarian service. It's a story of what America's role in the world could be.