Sheree Fitch

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Sheree Fitch
Born 3 December 1956
Occupation Author
Genres Children's Literature

Sheree Fitch (born December 3, 1956) is a Canadian children's author. Though she was born in Ottawa, Ontario and grew up in Moncton, New Brunswick, she spent many of her adult years in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She earned a B.A. from St. Thomas University, Fredericton, New Brunswick and an M.A. from Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia. She was a frequent guest on CBC's Peter Gzowski morning show. She now divides her time between Washington D.C. and Nova Scotia.[1]

Publications[edit]

  • Toes in My Nose - 1987
  • Sleeping Dragons All Around - 1989
  • Merry-Go-Day - 1991
  • There Were Monkeys in My Kitchen' - 1992
  • In This House There Are Many Women - 1993
  • I Am Small - 1994
  • Mable Murple - 1995
  • Toes In My Nose and Other Poems - 1997
  • If You Could Wear My Sneakers - 1997
  • The Hullabaloo Bugagaboo Day - 1997
  • There's A Mouse In My House! - 1997
  • If I Were The Moon - 1999
  • The Other Author Arthur - 1999
  • Writing Maniac: How I Grew Up to Be a Writer (And You Can, Too!) - 2000
  • No Two Snowflakes - 2001
  • One More Step - 2002
  • The Gravesavers - 2005
  • Peek-a-Little Boo - 2005
  • If I Had A Million Onions - 2005
  • Kisses Kisses Baby-O! - 2008
  • Kiss The Joy As It Flies - 2008

So far she has written 21 books

Writer's Festival[edit]

She was at the Writer's Festival at Granville Island.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sheree Fitch". Writers Federation of Nova Scotia. Retrieved 25 March 2010. [dead link]

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