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News Articles – Nicholas Buamah

Nicholas has been quite the viral sensation for the end of 2018 and the beginning of 2019
We’ve showcased a few of the news outlets he’s been featured on.

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Ebony.com

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The View

Whoopi Goldberg celebrated Nicholas Buamah for Black History Month. 2019 is starting off awesome!

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BuzzFeed.com

Among great artist and great entertainers young Nicholas took the #5 spot for
BuzzFeed.com ‘9 Moments Of Black Excellence You Might Have Missed This Week’
#3 President Obama and #4 Beyonce

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Face2FaceAfrica.com

Kids who went viral in 2018 for all the right reasons

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NewsOne

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The Atlanta Voice

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BlackNews.com

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BlackEnterprise.com

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By Selena Hill

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Press Release – December 11, 2018

Seven-Year-Old Author to Introduce Debut Book at Barnes & Noble Book Signing

– The Walking Dictionaries Series Aims to Expand Children’s Vocabularies –

SNELLVILLE, Ga., December 11, 2018 – Child author Nicholas Buamah will make his first public appearance at a book signing at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 15, at the Snellville, Ga. Barnes & Noble to debut “Kayla & Kyle The Walking Dictionaries: Election Day.” The 7-year-old budding author and Honor Roll student will introduce his first book, written to help children expand their vocabulary through the experiences and adventures of characters Kayla and Kyle.

“Nicholas is your typical charismatic second grader who loves to hang out with friends, play chess, tennis and basketball and cheer on his favorite team, the Golden State Warriors,” said his mother, Danielle. “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.”

In his debut book, Nicholas introduces twins Kayla and Kyle as they compete against each other to become their school’s next class President. Before votes are cast, they must first have a class debate to demonstrate that they are worthy candidates. Nicholas’s father, Dominic Buamah, MBA, MA, says he is very proud of his son and encourages him to explore different disciplines to satisfy his curiosity with the hope it helps him decide what he wants to be in the future. Even though at the moment he’s adamant that he wants to become a mechanical engineer when he grows up, his parents have emphasized that vocabulary and communication are key ingredients to future success and relationships. Nicholas has embraced the concept quite well.

Already accepted into the Library of Congress, Nicholas’ ultimate goal is to have his book available in every elementary school library across the country in an effort to help children expand their vocabularies nationwide. Copies for school libraries can be purchased through Barnes & Nobles, Amazon or directly through  www.MotherHubbard.us. “Kayla & Kyle The Walking Dictionaries: Election Day” is the first volume in The Walking Dictionaries series. Nicholas hopes to release Volume 2, which already has a working title, by Summer 2019.

Additional information about Nicholas and “Kayla & Kyle The Walking Dictionaries” can be found online, at www.MotherHubbard.us. The book signing will take place at the Barnes & Noble located at The Shoppes at Webb Gin, 1350 Scenic Highway, Suite 100, Snellville, Ga.

About the Author

Seven-year-old Nicholas Buamah is the author of “Kayla & Kyle The Walking Dictionaries: Election Day”, the first in a series of books written to help elementary children nationwide expand their vocabularies. While his young ambition is to become a mechanical engineer by attending the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the Honor Roll student is currently content playing chess, tennis and basketball and hanging out with friends.