The name of the 4-year-old child of the United Arab Emirates, Saeed Al-Mehiri, has been included in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s youngest writer.
According to Emirates Al-Youm, Saeed Al-Mehiri wrote a book in Arabic called Al-Fael Saeed Wal-Dab (The Happy Elephant and the Bear.
Earlier, his sister Zabi Al Mehiri entered the Guinness Book of World Records.
It should be remember that the name of seven-year-old Zabi Al-Mehiri has appeared in the Guinness Book of World Records as the youngest writer in the world.
He managed to sell more than 1000 copies of his first book ‘Kanta Ladi Fikra’ (I had a thought).
Al-Mehiri says that in his book he has highlighted the relationship he developed with his mother and his family. He does this by recounting the family’s trip to visit Grandma.
Al-Dhabi dreams of becoming an astronaut and scientist in the future.
She wants Jupiter to discover the truth about the red sign of the planet and bring it to the world.
Zabi says he has outlined his thinking in a 22-page book. He has also helped with the paintings in the book with the help of a professional artist. He wishes that all children read his book.