The Emirati girl "Al-Dhabi Al-Muhairi” engraved her name in the Guinness World Records as the youngest publisher in the world in both Arabic and English when she was only seven years old.

This little girl's project aims to inspire children from around the world to return to reading. After most of them stayed away from reading and reading books through smart devices, which are now taking up a large amount of their time,she decided to collect a number of books and games in a box that she insisted not open until after making sure that the children left their smart devices and emptied them in return for the surprises that she would offer them.

She released the book "I Had an Idea", and it was very popular with children. More than 1,500 copies of the story were sold in less than two days, thanks to the support provided by Etihad Airways at its headquarters.

The girl’s ambition did not stop there, so she decided with her parents to establish “Rainbow Jamny”, the first specialized electronic platform in the region, providing books, educational aids, stationery and environmentally friendly games from the age of months to 13 years, in addition to books for children with autism, people of determination and the blind.

Within this framework, the girl's mother was keen to send a special message to the parents, stressing the need to pay attention to children, listen to them more and talk to them about various issues that concern them honestly and spontaneously to identify their dreams and help them achieve them.

It is noteworthy that the girl had participated in the Women's Pavilion at Expo 2020 under the auspices of the Sharjah Business Women Council, during which she won second place for the best sustainable project with a deep message and clear goals in society