A groundbreaking achievement was accomplished by Al-Maha Rashid Al-Meiri, a three-year-old girl from the United Arab Emirates, as she became the world’s youngest writer by publishing two children’s novels titled “Flower” and “Honeybee.” Al-Maha’s remarkable accomplishment, selling over 1,000 copies of her books within 24 hours, earned her a place in the Guinness Book of Records as the youngest female writer globally. Driven by her passion for storytelling and drawing, Al-Maha is using her stories to impart the importance of environmental principles to young readers, aiming to instill a sense of environmental awareness from an early age. The young prodigy’s achievement follows in the footsteps of her older siblings, with her sister being the youngest bilingual book author, and her brother recognized as the youngest male author. Their mother underscores the significance of identifying and nurturing children’s talents, fostering self-confidence, and enabling them to become active contributors to society.
Three-year-old girl from UAE makes history by becoming youngest writer in World
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