Item description for Superlatives USA: The Largest, Smallest, Longest, Shortest, and Wackiest Sites in America by Melissa L. Jones...
The nation's biggest tricycle, its sunniest city, its fastest glacier, its most secure prison---the list of American superlatives is long and nowhere can travelers buy a guide to find them all. Superlatives USA provides a wealth of information and humorous stories about the sites and the curators who watch over them for more than 100 of America's superlatives like: the biggest T-Rex skeleton in Chicago and the largest door in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The book is organized by state, making it easy to pinpoint locations on a drive, like seeing the country's smallest church on your way to Disneyland. Also included are photos, directions to the sites, and information on fees and hours.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 8.5" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Publisher Capital Books
ISBN 1931868859 ISBN13 9781931868853
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More About Melissa L. Jones
MELISSA JONES was born in London, where she now lives. This is her third novel.
Melissa Jones currently resides in London Portland.
Reviews - What do customers think about Superlatives USA: The Largest, Smallest, Longest, Shortest, and Wackiest Sites in America?
A welcome guide to the zaniest of destinations Sep 4, 2005
Melissa L. Jones' Superlatives USA: The Largest, Smallest, Longest, Shortest, And Wackiest Sites In America (1931868859, $16.95) is a travel book of another type: a survey of odder destinations organized in a state-by-state arrangement for easy consultation. From the biggest ball of paint to the longest porch and the world's largest giant rocking chair, Superlatives USA will make a welcome guide to the zaniest of destinations - and will make them easy to find, giving not just descriptions and black and white photos, but directions.
Fun, Unique, and Weird! Mar 4, 2005
"Superlatives USA" is one of the most fun travel guides I have ever used. The book covers the entire country and shows readers where all of the biggest, smallest, largest, windiest, oldest, etc. places in America are. If you're trying to have a vacation that is non-stereotypical, "Superlatives USA" is the book for you. My husband and I used it on our honeymoon road trip, and we both know we will use it for future family vacations. The book took us back to our college road trip days.