The Pictou-Antigonish Regional Library’s 10th Writer in Residence will be Sheree Fitch.
The award winning author who penned the popular children’s book Toes in My Nose and Kisses Kisses Baby-o will work with the library to offer writing workshops and author readings between October and April.
Fitch is a storyteller, educator, keynote speaker and author of award winning poetry, picture books, nonfiction, plays and novels for all ages. She has taught writing workshops around the globe and in universities. She’s also worked as a print journalist and was a writer/broadcaster at CBC radio for a year.
Her work in social justice includes being Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF. She was commissioned to write a book based on the United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child, If You Could Wear My Sneakers.
For details on the workshops and readings she’ll be offering visit www.parl.ns.ca.