TEN-YEAR-OLD BREAKS WORLD RECORD FOR LONGEST FICTION BOOK FOR CHILDREN

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Ten-year-old Hephzibah Akinwale is already making history as a noted author. The talented wordsmith just broke the world record for the longest fiction book for children. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Obi Caleb Uchechukwu (@diasporaglitzmagazine) Geared towards readers 8-12 years-old, “Chronicles of The Time Keepers: Whisked Away,” boats an awe-inspiring total of 58,000 words. According to Amazon.com, below is a brief synopsis of what magical literary adventures await. Meet eleven-year-old Hephzibah, an ordinary girl with an extraordinary secret. She’s been plagued by mysterious dreams that feel so real, it’s as if she’s a part of them. …Little does she know that these dreams hold the key to an adventure beyond her wildest imagination! As summer break begins, Hephzibah’s world takes an unexpected turn. In a daring trade involving her treasured friendship bracelet, she acquires an antique clock that catapults her into an entirely different reality.Now, Hephzibah finds herself in a strange future world, surrounded by other children at the World Intelligence Academy. Together, they must unlock their unique abilities to confront a world teetering on the brink of chaos. But to truly master her newfound gift, Hephzibah must embark on an inner journey and discover the...

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