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5-year-old Indian American sets record reading books

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A 5-year-old child prodigy set a record for reading 36 books continuously for 105 minutes, reports Times Now News.

Kiara Kaur is an Indian American child currently residing in Abu Dhabi.

Her feat has gotten her into the London’s World Book of Record and Asia Book of Record.

Try to imagine any child her age doing something continuously for that long and you’ll likely understand her accomplishment.

According to News 18, the  Asia Book of Records said Kiara “set a record for reading a maximum number of books nonstop.”

World Book of Records in London put her in the record books “for having specific ability to read non-stop 36 books in 105 minutes at the age of 4 years on 13th February.”

“I love to read because I like to see the colorful pictures in the book. And they are written big so I can read the words easily,” the young girl told NDTV.

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