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9-YEAR-OLD KIDTREPRENEUR PENS BOOK TO TEACH OTHER CHILDREN TO NEVER GIVE UP!!!
“Kids these days...” is a phrase typically used to express disapproval, but in Divyesh Malhotra’s case, it could be used to describe his exceptional initiative, innovation and desire in pursuing his passion.
The 9-year-old released his self-published picture book, Above the Fold, which tells the story of a young penguin named Ian who refuses to give up despite the obstacles he faces. Choosing to focus on his strength instead of his weakness, Ian touches the lives of many in the Animal Kingdom.
“I want people to know never to give up even if things are not going well; to always be brave and smile. Smile and everyone will smile back at you, and soon, the whole world will smile,” says Divyesh, who adds that the story was inspired his own experiences.
The book, Above the Fold, is a way for him to showcase his creativity, but Divyesh also believes it will allow him to independently earn an allowance, which he hopes to donate to charities.
Above the Fold is illustrated with professional photographs of origami characters created by Divyesh. It is co-authored by his teacher, Jamie Lee, at Kids at SWiTCH.
Kids at SWiTCH is a Sydney-based centre which seeks to engage children’s sense of play, passion and generosity as a way of imparting basic financial literacy skills. This is done by exposing the students to ideas and hands-on projects which help them develop a sense of unshakeable purpose.
“My job is to help my students discover their unique talents and gifts, so that they never think that they’re just a kid who can’t make things happen,” says Jamie. “Rather than being forced to follow rigid rules, each child is given opportunities to explore and grow so they make commitments willingly and on their own terms.”
After writing the book with Divyesh, Jamie is convinced that kids these days are more capable and entrepreneurial than we give them credit for.
“From my observation, when a child has learned to be trustworthy, they will be responsible with what they are given. When they thirst for knowledge, they will discover numerous ways in which they can contribute to society while earning a good living. Never underestimate a child’s potential for entrepreneurship!”
Drawing from his experiences and lessons with Jamie, Divyesh says he hopes other children will be encouraged by his book, and learn to believe in themselves and do the things they like to do.
“Every one is special and has a passion and special skills. Just find out what you like, follow it with all your heart and the world around you will change.”
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