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School in Chennai attempts record for largest book reading session

ANI | 01 Feb 2015, 02:29 am
Chennai, Jan 31 (ANI): A school in Tamil Nadu attempted to make a record for the largest book reading session on Friday. A total of 2234 students of the Velammal Matric Higher Secondary School in Chennai gathered in the school grounds to attend the reading session. Senior students took out time to read to their junior schoolmates as they sat on chairs together. The book that was chosen was 'Dora the Explorer', which revolves around the adventures of a young girl and her pet monkey. The session was organised to inculcate the art of reading in young children, which many believe has been lost to technology like computer games and television.

School in Chennai attempts record for largest book reading session

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