9-Year-Old Child Prodigy, River Mason Eromosele Publishes Inspiring Children's Book
Photo Credit: Pilar Scratch

9-Year-Old Child Prodigy, River Mason Eromosele Publishes Inspiring Children's Book

For a 9-year-old, model, actor, and now author, River Mason Eromosele is an accomplished young boy.

The child prodigy comes from a famous bloodline with deep roots in the entertainment industry, as the son of world-renowned wardrobe stylist and entertainment exec Pilar Scratch and nephew of Hip-Hop icon, Rah Digga.

Mom Pilar Scratch & River Mason Eromosele

Eromosele has been made appearances in a long list of commercials, print ads, and television shows, and now he’s adding book writing to his lengthy resume.

Eromosele and his mother recently released a new children’s book titled The Sky Is The Limit, which is slated to become a bestseller, according to Black News. The innovative book, inspired by his mom, sends a strong message to kids all over the world that there are no limits on following your dreams.

“One day, I told my mom that I wanted to teach other children how to meditate and use the law of attraction for manifestation,” said Eromosele to Urban Magazine. “The purpose of the book sets the bar for children to live their dreams at any age because the sky is truly the limit.”

Courtesy Pilar Scratch

According to Eromosele, his own inspiration comes from his daily routine that consists of practicing mantras and positive affirmations with his mom.

“I told my mom that I wanted to help other children my age understand chakras, natural healing, and meditation. The Sky Is The Limit simplifies spirituality for children of all ages,” he told Naluda Magazine.

The book was a huge success when it first released in 2019 selling almost 2,000 copies in its first week. When COVID-19 hit, Eromosele took to his Instagram to read his book live for his 30K+ followers.

The young innovator showed how useful social media could be to alleviate stress for kids homeschooling. Black News reported that he’d begin each live session with daily affirmations to help him and his schoolmates stating: “I affirm I am patient.” “I affirm I am smart.” “I affirm I will get through this.”

Eromosele has been using his book as both a healing and teaching tool to educate kids at home on how to become stronger and remain positive through daily affirmations, good eating habits, and staying active. The book has proven throughout the pandemic to be a powerful resource for kids looking to learn how to meditate and find useful activities to partake in.

For more information on the book, visit RiverMasonEromosele.com.