Michelle Nkamankeng: Meet 11-Year-old award-winning author of 7 books

Michelle Nkamankeng: Meet 11-Year-old award-winning author of 7 books

- Michelle Nkamankeng became the youngest author in the world when she published her first book at age 7

- She has now written seven books at age 11

- Michelle also has a foundation to supply books to underprivileged children for free

Michelle Nkamankeng who became the youngest author from Africa at the age of 7 now has seven astonishing books at 11 and owns a foundation that is set to provide free books to less privileged children.

According to a report compiled by Face2FaceAfrica, at age 7, Michelle was classified as one of the 10 youngest authors in the world.

Some of her books form part of a collection. The titles of her books include “Waiting For The Waves”, “The Little Girl Who Believes In Herself”, "The Little Mouse", "The Golden Ring" and three others.

Reports indicate that Michelle fell in love with reading at the tender age of four and wrote two books by age 5, but they were published and recognised when she turned 7.

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Now that she is 11, the young brilliant girl has seven books and a foundation called the Michelle Nkamankeng Foundation.

The foundation is focused on empowering young people especially those who are in less-privileged areas - at no cost at all.

Michelle, in an interview, revealed that her motivation to start writing came to life after she visited a book shop and realised that the books for children were all written by adults.

According to her, she questioned herself on why children could not also write books and tell the world of their creative imaginations and make an impact in the lives of others.

The same motivation appears as what has birthed her foundation as the books children will receive will empower them with the ability to read more and also acquire the creative sense and knowledge to also write their own books.

Michelle Nkamankeng is managed by her father with the assistance of her mother.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a 12-year-old Nigerian Chika Ofili really made the nation proud as he did what many his age could not achieve.

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He won an award at the TruLittle Hero award over the weekend for discovering a new way to divide in mathematics.

The young mathematician genius' new formula created a new divisibility by seven in mathematics.

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