This 8-year-old sneaky child hided his own handwritten comic book in a library shelf, and now he is a… Watch his amazing story below…

A new author has gotten a lot of attention after using an unusual method to get their debut book into the hands of the public.

Late last year, Dillon Helbig, 8, was visiting his grandmother at the Ada Community Library’s Lake Hazel Branch in Boise, Idaho, when he decided it was the perfect time to debut his 81-page comic book.

So he set his book, “The Adventures of Dillon Helbig’s Crismis,” on the shelf, hoping that someone might take a look at it.

His book, which has been formally processed and cataloged, now has a waitlist of more than 50 people, much to his astonishment.

“I’ve wanted to put my book in the library center since I was five years old, and I’ve always loved books and libraries,” the 8-year-old explained.

Susan Helbig, Dillion’s mother, learned where her son’s self-published book was and called the library to request that it not be discarded.

They informed her it “was far too obviously special an object for us to consider getting rid of it,” which surprised her.

The branch manager, Alex Hartman, said, “It was a devious act.”

Hartman said he didn’t think it was a “self-promotion thing” whether it was a sneaky act or not.

“All he wanted was for others to be able to enjoy his story.”

Cardholders were able to check out Dillion’s comic book after the library performed the necessary measures.

Those who want to read Dillion’s story, which includes bright graphics, will have to wait a little longer. According to People, there are 55 library cards on the waiting list, and each person can borrow the book for up to four weeks.

Dillion is already working on a new comic book based on a true story called “The Jacket Eating Closet.”

“We are incredibly proud of him.” His mother remarked, “We see him painting and writing novels, and he keeps himself busy for hours and days on end.” “It was impressive that he had the foresight to put this one on the shelf.” He was determined to get it in there, and he succeeded.”

Watch his story video below:

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