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Watch the World’s Longest Book Domino Chain at the Seattle Public Library

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Slade Sohmer

By Slade Sohmer on June 4, 2013

The Seattle Public Library launched its 2013 Summer Reading Program by setting a new world record for the longest book domino chain.

It, appropriately, begins with a book called “Before the Fall” and ends when a book called “Horizons” falls delightfully into a girl’s hands.

That’s great, but who’s gonna clean that mess up? No worries, Redditor agentpebble was behind the chain, and he says:

These were all books that had been culled from the library collection, so we only had to box them up to send to the library book sale. Also most of the books now have stickers on them that say they were a part of the book chain, so if you get them at the book sale you’ll know :)

Surely that’ll be featured on the coming season of Seattlandia.

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