10-yr-old outdoors new Christmas classic: Is Santa Really Real?
Ten-year-old Ghanaian-American top rated Author, Nicholas Buamah has distributed and recorded his third book named ‘Is Santa Really Real?’ into the Library of Congress.
As indicated by his mom, Danielle, Buamah’s thought for his new book came regarding when he was 9-years of age after a discussion with her with regards to Christmas and Ol’ Saint Nick. Is Santa truly genuine, was the inquiry Nicholas posed to her.
Addressing the media, she said, she disclosed to him how she felt about having faith in Santa and the sorcery of the occasion season.”After our endearing chitchat, we both felt that the discussion would make for an ideal Christmas story. Ideal for guardians confronted with addressing that equivalent inquiry yet needing to keep the enchantment of Christmas alive.”
The book, which was delivered October 1, 2021, has as of now been recorded as a #1 Bestseller on Amazon. Nicholas and his mom accept this book will turn into a moment Christmas exemplary read quite a long time after year to youngsters all throughout the planet.
About Nicholas Buamah
Brought into the world to a Ghanaian dad and an African American mother, Nicholas Buamah at age 7 distributed his first book ” Kayla and Kyle: The Walking Dictionaries: Election Day, which turned into a Best-dealer globally and is currently listed in the Library of Congress.
He is one of the most youthful Recording Artists and Executive Music Producer enlisted with BMI and has dispatched his melodic presentation, “At work”.
Buamah is the co-essayist and Executive Producer of the venture. He likewise loans his vocals as he drives a source of inspiration on the hip-jump track. The music video carries energetic energy to the subjects of civil rights, kid strengthening, and individual confirmation.
He has gotten a few honors including a GUBA Award close by getting Proclamations and Resolutions from various city authorities and one from a then-official competitor, Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
Nicholas has additionally gotten acknowledgment and met with worldwide powerhouses and pioneers like the President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo, Ambassador H.E. Dr Barfuor Adjei-Barwuah from the Ghana Embassy in Washington D.C., and famous people like Steve Harvey, Whoopi Goldberg and then some.
Buamah will probably keep on using his imaginative gifts to serve, lead and move different children to seek after and turn into the change they need to see. Reminding his age and ages to come that, “The sky isn’t the breaking point, There’s no restriction to somebody’s significance.”