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Meet The 8-Year-Old Whose Book Made The ‘Amazon Best Seller’ List

By January 27th, 2021No Comments
Meet The 8-Year-Old Whose Book Made The 'Amazon Best Seller' List
Pictured: 8-year-old, Nia Mia Reese. She wrote her first book at 8 and made the Amazon Best-Seller list.

How often have you heard 8-year-old and best seller in the same sentence? It’s probably a first for us.

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8-year-old Nia Mia Reese is doing some pretty amazing things. Reese recently made the Amazon Best Seller list for her book titled “How To Deal With And Care For Your Annoying Little Brother.”

The book has been getting a lot of attention, even securing her a recent appearance on CBS Evening News With Scott Pelley.

Reese wrote the book last summer after her first-grade teacher, Beth Hankins asked the class to write about something they were experts on, according to AL.com. She would write about her “annoying” 5-year-old brother, Ronald Michael. Nia said it only took her a few days to write.

“How To Deal With And Care For Your Annoying Little Brother” was published earlier this year by Yorkshire Publishing. Reese would contact a publisher asking for advice, only to learn that they loved the concept.

Her book currently sits at No. 7 on Amazon’s Best-Seller List under Parenting and Relationships. It’s also listed under Amazon’s Movers and Shakers.

The book features universal lessons on patience, kindness and love. Mya says through this experience, “I learned to follow my own dreams.”

Meet The 8-Year-Old Whose Book Made The 'Amazon Best Seller' List

You can purchase Nia’s book here.

What are your thoughts on Nia’s new book?
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Meet The 8-Year-Old Whose Book Made The 'Amazon Best Seller' List
Mike “Orie” Mosley is the managing editor for CurlyNikki.com and a cultural advocate from St. Louis. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Arts, Entertainment & Media Management from Columbia College Chicago and a Masters in Higher Education Administration from LSU. He is also the founder of www.afrotrak.com. In his spare time, he’s probably listening to hip hop & neo soul music, hitting up brunch or caught up in deep conversations about Black music. You can follow him on Twitter @mike_orie or on Instagram @mikeorie

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