A TRULITTLE SCRIBE HERO
is a young person who is making remarkable contributions in writing articles, poems, comics, stories and book publishing.
7-11 Age Group
Romeo is an inspiration. At the age of 10 he has published 3 books and has just completed his 4th. He first began writing at the age of 7 after his mother suffered a heart attack. He wanted to share his experience with others, so with the help of his sister wrote his first book: 'Life Without My Mummy?' Inspired by lego and buildings and a desire to be an Architect, at eight years old, Romeo wrote his second book: 'Romeo's Guide to London Architecture'. Which features 24 must see buildings in London and his 3rd book celebrates 12 of his favourite Black Heroes: 'Hey, Black Boy!' This 40 page colour children's storybook take you on his journey of when he looks in the mirror what does he see and he links that characteristic to his favourite Black Hero. So, when he looks in the mirror and sees Courage, he sees the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jnr. When he looks in the mirror and sees Love, he sees his Granddad. Romeo is amazing, I work in a school and have never seen such a youngster with such energy and drive. He is a polite and lovely young man who is a talented and unassuming 10 years old who loves football going to church and travelling. He has just completed his 4th book, Romeo's Guide To Free London which shows you a selection of places children can visit and eat for free in London. His research took him all over London and his sister captured all the photographic images. Romeo's plan is to write a book every year and train to be a famous actor and live in Los Angeles. He has a website which he says he is updating: www.romeobremmer.com
12-17 Age Group
At Just 13 years old, Nicole was submitted to children mental health hospital because she attempted suicide. While in there, she kept a diary and when she was out decided to put it into a book series titled: 'Untiled'! This book is in three parts and has one sequel to the whole journey. Part 1 is already out and can be purchased at her little store: www.nicolehines.co.uk In October 2018, Nicole was presented with a medal at the The British Citizen Youth Award which took place at Westminster Palace, for her positivity and what she is doing in the community.