She has plans of stopping bullying completely.
Johannesburg born Siyavuya Mabece, 10, aims to teach her peers about Bullying and how to put a stop to it.
In her latest book titled Enough! Stop Bullying the Grade 4 Learner, unpacks the different type of Bullying and how young people can identified when they are being victims.
“I really wanted to write a book about something that affected young people. Whether you have been bullied, or you are the bully or you have seen someone get bullied, you are affected,” she says.
A year ago, Siyavuya approached per parents Ncebakazi Mabece and dad Zwelakhe Mabece about a book idea and the different topics he could address affecting young people.
“My parents helped me to get a coach, Ondiswa Mbuka who helped to show me how to go about to write a book,” she says.
Her book was published through Vuya Creative Arts and was illustrated by Nompumelelo Mdluli.
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“I loved the idea of bullying because it affects young and old people from all over the world, and the book is pretty to look at,” she says.
Although she has never been bullied, she has seen how bullying can affect young people.
“I wanted to help children form across the world,” she says.
The book has different reading activities that allows children to answer questions on bullying to be able to identify bullying.
“I wanted them to read and be able to get help where they need it.
Enough! Stop Bullying will be available for purchase from 12 February.