Nicholas Buamah is a kid but has already found a way to make a mark with his book.
Nicholas Buamah is just 7 years of age but has achieved something remarkable. He is the author of a children's book 'Kayla & Kyle The Walking Dictionaries: Election Day' which has been accepted by the Library of Congress and is now in their catalog.
As reported by Black Enterprise, the book is intended to help children build their vocabulary. His mother, Danielle, spoke about the idea, saying: “I developed the character of Kayla when Nicholas was younger to help teach him expanded vocabulary. After being praised by his first-grade teacher for using the word ‘collaborate’ during his first week of school, I asked Nicholas what he thought about writing a book to help his friends expand their vocabularies. He thought it was a great idea, as long as one of the main characters could be a male figure, and that’s when he created Kyle.”
This presents a great example of how young kids could be encouraged to unleash their creativity from an early age and with little support and guidance, they can do great things. Needless to say, this young man has a bright future ahead and he is already on his way to excel.