Karee-Shea Walker Wants People to Bee Leaf

 

Although Black History Month is over, Karee Shea Walker seeks to continue promoting the spirit of community associated with it.  Walker launched her children’s book: Be Leaf in August, 2015.  Be Leaf is the story of a girl named Marikeyta who lives in a city with her mother.  When her mother’s falls ill, she is forced to seek the help of a wise old couple living at the top of the hill who help her in a quest for the Bee Leaf.  The story is meant to inspire kids to realize that everything is possible.

Walker has a series of readings organized throughout the first half of March at various venues throughout Toronto:

  • March 3:  6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m at 1885 Wilson Avenue at the ReMax Building – Lower Level
  • March 5:   10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  The Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreational morning educational program at Oakdale Park Middle School  315 Grandravine Drive.
  • March 11: 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m   Family Literacy Night at Woodbridge Public School – 60 Brunswick Avenue

For more information on Karee Shea Walker, visit her website