Nagaland : 9 year old writer Sophia Livimi Swu releases two more books
Nagaland’s youngest Author, Sophia Livimi Swu is back again with 2 more books this time, 9 year old Sophia Livimi Swu, currently studying in the fourth grade at Bumblee Bee
Nagaland’s youngest Author, Sophia Livimi Swu is back again with 2 more books this time, 9 year old Sophia Livimi Swu, currently studying in the fourth grade at Bumblee Bee Inclusive School, Kohima, made her debut as Nagaland’s youngest author at the age of 7 with her first book titled “My adventure in Fairyland”, launched in the year 2021.
Sophia who just turned 9 a few weeks ago, is back yet again with her two new poetry books “Alphaphet Poems” and “Whimsical Poems”, both published by PenThrill Publication, the book was launched by Y.Kikheto Sema.
Sofia’s mother, Shekali Swu said that as book lovers, she and her husband made books accessible for their children by providing a variety of books and creating a reading environment at home.
She recounted how Sofia started learning phonics at the age of 5 which improved her reading skills. At the age of six, Sofia re-wrote the ‘little red riding hood’ with her own words and illustrations. So far, Sofia has written ten fairy tales in her own words and illustrations, the mother added.
Well, as for Sophia, she is always in her imagination getting ready to write more books.
First Published: 12th April, 2022 12:35 IST
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