Worital youngest author publishes her book at 15
15-year-old SS2 student of Starfield College, Aisha Adesumbo Idris Tiamiyu, has authored a book.
Packaged and published by Worital Publishing Company, the book is described as having capacity to broaden anyone’s knowledge about the world, nature and geography. “With the tongue twisters and riddles, anyone is sure to have some fun.
The business ideas in the book can also inspire anyone to start business in different things and in different locations where the idea would sell”.
On why she authored the book, “I was inspired by my friend on how to make puzzles and my mum encouraged me to make it into a book since she noticed that my brothers always enjoy solving the puzzles and doing the tongue twisters. She felt other people too would be interested in having such.”
The young author loves to draw and that explains why she is the only female in her school’s Technical Drawing class. In making this book, she started first with drawing the puzzles and writing the tongue twisters and riddles on sheets of paper which was later transfered into her computer system. Then her mum gave the idea of adding other information on every of her puzzle areas and also assisted in gathering information.
So the PuzzlePlus book is about word search puzzles weaved with world facts, knowledge on nature, planet, beautiful images and business ideas. It also contains tongue twisters and riddles. It is good for children and adults.
“I love reading because I grew up seeing books all around me in the house and also anytime my parents, especially my dad travels, he would come back with book as gift for my brothers and I. That contributed to my love for books. The challenge I have is sharing what I have read with others but I hope to work on it as my mum has been advising me to do” says Aisha.
She has a word for the educational system in Nigeria. Aisha believes the system doesn’t consider the interest of the students. She advised the Government to create the curriculum in a better way that would interest the students and also make it flexible to adjust to changes in the world and meet up with global standard.
And when asked about publishing and the publisher of her work she said, “Worital is the only Publishing house to go to. I don’t even know any other because this is my first book. I am really impressed as Mr. Fola relates with my mum and I as if he’s a family friend. He is a nice man. So I like Worital and I would recommend anyone to use them to publish their books.”