Quvenzhané Wallis arrives at the BET Awards in Los Angeles in June 2016. Wallis is releasing two children's books. Actress&nbsp;Quvenzhan&eacute; Wallis is quickly compiling a resume&nbsp;that most adults would envy.On Tuesday, Simon &amp; Schuster released two children's books by 14-year-old Quvenzhan&eacute;, who garnered an Oscar nomination at age 9 for her performance in the movie "Beasts of the Southern Wild."&nbsp;"A Night Out With Mama" is a picture book inspired by Quvenzhan&eacute;'s experience attending the Academy Awards in 2013, and "Shai &amp; Emmie Star in Break an Egg" follows the adventure of two best friends at a performing arts school.Co-written with Nancy Ohlin, "Break an Egg" is the first in a series of chapter books by Quvenzhan&eacute;; the second book will be released in January.Qulyndreia Wallis,&nbsp;the young actress' mother, told the Associated Press that the collaboration with Ohlin&nbsp;was seamless."[Nancy]&nbsp;helped fine-tune [Quvenzhan&eacute;'s] thoughts and put it together. From there, we would proofread and make sure it was said in a way she would say it and the books were formed," her mother said."I really hope that people my age enjoy reading these books," Quvenzhan&eacute; said. "I'm excited about experiencing new things and sometimes it gets to the point where I might get a little obsessed with it. But I really enjoy writing, and I can't wait to do more."This combination of cover image released by Simon & Schuster shows " A Night Out with Mama," left, and "Shai & Emmie Star in Break an Egg!," by Quvenzhane Wallis.