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By Every day Mail Correspondent
Published: 22:03 BST, 10 June 2013 | Updated: 22:03 BST, 10 June 2013
An astounding video has caught the minute the Seattle Open Library toppled the world record for the longest book domino chain.
Nearly 30 volunteers at the library spent more than seven hours setting up 2,131 books what’s more, observing them fall to beat a past record set in 2011 in the Joined together Kingdom.
The video appears the book chain wind all through the library, passing guests as they read, moving up ramps, down steps what’s more, indeed spelling out the word ‘Read’ on the floor.
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Here we go… A library volunteer thumps the to begin with of 2,131 books at the Seattle Open Library

Record: The video appears the books winding all through the library, passing by readers 
But while the accomplishment was over in just three minutes, it took much longer to prepared the books – particularly as the record was as it were finished after five past fizzled endeavors that day.
The to start with endeavor came at 8.15pm, Amy Twito, the Library’s youth program manager, said.
‘When the book chain was making its way around the planter, one book didn’t topple,’ Twito told Q13Fox. ‘We weren’t arranged for that to happen, so at the point when the chain kept going, individuals beginning plunging toward the books to stop the chain.’
The world record was at last set at 11pm. Five film team individuals what’s more, seven cameras, counting a time slip by camera, were utilized to catch the event.
Impressive: The books, which took three minutes to fall, indeed spelled out the word ‘READ’ at one point

Feat: The record took a group of 27 volunteers seven hours what’s more, five endeavors to complete

Ta da! Another volunteer gets the last book in the chain, which was begun to advance summer reading
The occasion was held to kick off the library’s summer perusing program.
The bookswere either given or, on the other hand no longer in the library’s collection, what’s more, they are presently being sold by the Companions of Seattle Open Library to offer assistance raise stores for library programs what’s more, services.
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