Meet Adom Appiah the 15-year-old author of 3 top books accepted by US Library

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Former Ghanaian Scripps Bee participant, Adom Appiah, has put out his third book titled Kids can Change the World – Young Readers’ Edition

Kids can Change the World – Young Readers’ Edition aims to inspire other kids of his age and to urge children to write

According to Blacknews.com, the 15-year-old’s book has already been accepted by the United Stated Library of Congress

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In a bid to help inspire children, a former Scripps Bee participant Adom Appiah, has released his third book titled Kids can Change the World – Young Readers’ Edition.

Meet Adom Appiah the 15-year-old author of 3 top books accepted by US Library
Meet Adom Appiah the 15-year-old author of 3 top books accepted by US Library

The 15-year-old Ghanaian student-athlete’s book aims at motivating other people of his age and children to write.

According to Blacknews.com, the book has already been accepted by the United Stated Library of Congress.

The Ghanaian teen first released his kids’ book titled Kids can Change the World in 2017 while his second, titled Bouncing Back from Failure, came into public space in July 2018.

Adom’s first book, Kids Can Change the World, was published in June 2017 while his second was released in July of 2018.

Kids Can Change the World encourages kids to turn their passion into progress, while Bouncing Back from Failure offers an uplifting perspective for kids facing disappointment.

Adom Appiah
Adom Appiah

Adom Appiah is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University Centre for Talented Youth (CTY) writing program and is the founder of Ball4Good, a non-profit that supports communities through sports.

He was recently named the South Carolina High School State Honoree for the prestigious Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.

All three books are available in select bookstores and online platforms.

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