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Nevada librarians use Potter books to seek record

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Posted by: Melissa
June 20, 2005, 06:37 AM

A team of librarians in Henderson, Nevada spent 100 hours reading aloud last week, as they tried to break a world record set by Australian librarians, according to USAToday. It took the group 72 hours to read five Harry Potter novels. The rest of the time was spent reading westerns, romances and mysteries.

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