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Alfai Al Marzooqi has achieved a touching feat by becoming the youngest female author to be listed in the Guinness World Records. At Alfai’s birthplace, Burjeel Hospital in Abu Dhabi, this remarkable achievement was declared. Her book was published, and the hospital helped her get recognized by Guinness World Records. The five-year-old’s entry into the world of literature started with a series of creative drawings that developed into a book that was published and highlighted the friendships between kids. Themes of compassion, animal love, and the value of looking out for one another are central to her book “The Lost Rabbit.” The narrative follows Alfai, Salma, her friend, and Fufu, the latter’s lost rabbit, on a touching journey of generosity and friendship. The Guinness Certificate was given to her at the event by eminent Emirati writer Mariam Nasser, representatives of the Emirates Heritage Club, Omran Al Khoori, Member of the Board of Directors and President of Business Development, Burjeel Holdings, and Waleed Tawfik, Chief Operations Officer, Burjeel Hospital. At the event, Alfai signed books for the kids as well. Omran conveyed the hospital’s delight in helping Alfai reach its international success. “We are all familiar with Alfai and her abilities from her early years; she is a product of this hospital. We made the decision to support her in realizing her goal of publishing this book and assisting with her Guinness Book of Records registration. We at Burjeel are dedicated to fostering these youthful talents so they can advance both the nation and themselves.

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