This is one for the books.
A Texas nonprofit, publishing house and a museum collaborated to break the Guinness World Record for largest published book, according to KHOU.
The record-breaking title measured in at 7 feet tall and 11 feet wide.
It’s a gigantic version of the tome “I Am Texas,” which contains writing and artwork from 1,000 Texan students ranging from third to 12th grade from more than 80 school districts, according to Paper City.
The impressive feat was a group effort.
The nonprofit iWRITE Literacy Organization, whose mission is to “build student confidence through writing,” teamed up with the Bryan Museum in Galveston, one of the world’s largest collections of historical artifacts, and children’s publisher Ordinary People Change the World.
Based on the bestselling series by best-selling author Brad Meltzer and illustrator Christopher Eliopoulos, the colossal book will embark on a statewide tour after its launch at Houston’s H-E-B Thanksgiving Day Parade.