Sheree Fitch has been a groundbreaking force in the literary arts and literacy community throughout Canada and beyond since 1987. Creating from “the land of the imagination in the country that is childhood,” Sheree’s singularity and voice, visions and award-winning books and storytelling have left their mark on two generations of children and families and influenced a whole generation of writers from Ecum Secum to the Himalayas in Bhutan and many places in between. Among her numerous awards Sheree also holds three honorary doctorates from Canadian universities for her contribution to Canadian literature, education and for her work as a literacy advocate and activist for social justice, especially issues affecting women and children. She also runs a seasonal book shoppe, Mabel Murple’s Books Shoppe and Dreamery.


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