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'WHAT DO YOU KNOW?'

Young readers were offered the chance to win three new encyclopedias by submitting a description of the single book from which they had learned most.

The prizes are: The Guinness Encyclopedia, The Guinness Encyclopedia of World History and The Guinness Encyclopedia of the Living World.

THE WINNERS

9 AND UNDER: All three encyclopedias to: Oliver Clark and Siobhan Purcell. The Guinness Encyclopedia of the Living World to: Philip Earl, Tom Lowcock, Alice Ross, Tom Wilson and Beth Woodhouse

AGE 10 TO 13: The Guinness Encyclopedia

of World History to: Caspar Prestidge, Benjamin Coates, Alex Culley, Charles Emerson, Vicki Gymer, Danielle Hayward, Jennifer Hodgetts, Rebecca Mary Lawson, Oliver Monck, Dermot O'Callaghan, Keith Ruffles and Sam Walker.

AGE 14 to 16: The Guinness Encyclopedia to Louise Murray.

Guinness Encyclopedia Competition Results

Young readers were offered the chance to win three new encyclopedias

by submitting a description of the single book from which they had learned most. The books are: The Guinness Encyclopedia, The Guinness Enclopedia of World History and The Guinness Encyclopedia of the Living World.

Age 9 and under

All three encyclopedias to: Oliver Clark and Siobhan Purcell. The Guinness Encyclopedia of the Living World to: Philip Earl, Tom Lowcock, Alice Ross, Tom Wilson, Beth Woodhouse

Age 10 to 13

The Guinness Encyclopedia of World History to: Caspar Prestidge, Benjamin Coates, Alex Culley, Charles Emerson, Vicki Gymer, Danielle Hayward, Jennifer Hodgetts, Rebecca Mary Lawson, Oliver Monck, Dermot O'Callaghan, Keith Ruffles, Sam Walker.

Age 14 to 16

The Guinness Encyclopedia to: Louise Murray.

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