The four-year-old boy read 100 books in one day, and his parents streamed the entire thing to Facebook Live from their Chicago home.
Caleb Green staged a reading marathon Saturday, completing 100 books, WLS reported.
Every time Caleb finished 10 books, he did a dance. When Caleb's father, Sylus, heard that his son wanted to read 100 books in one day, he was not sure it could be done.
Caleb's parents made a decision to stream his book binge on Facebook Live and received several thousand views, WLS reported. When he told his parents about his goal, they hunted through their bookshelves.
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"I was like, '100 son?"
Sylus told the news outlet that he's inspired.
"I learned to just dream bigger, and I am going to try and set unrealistic goals for myself this coming year, and I'm going to just...inspired by Caleb...to not quit on him and just push through it", Sylus said.
As for Caleb, he has big plans for the future. Hearing of his astonishing goal, some of Caleb's friends chose to help out by dropping off a few books at his doorstep. He tells ABC 7: "I want to be a basketball player". Caleb also found a way to keep himself motivated throughout the challenge. "When I am 22 I want to be an astronaut and when I'm 23 I want to be a Ninja Turtle", Caleb said.
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