$.10 from every copy of Six Feet Apart is supporting a project of Good Neighbors Canada.
Your contribution will help women and girls in a small village in Cameroon access toilet supplies and handwashing facilities so that they can participate in community, church and school as active, equal citizens.
Six Feet Apart is a story that captures the hearts of all ages! Whether you are a child, a parent, or a grandparent, this book is for you. While the world pushed pause as an international pandemic was born, this story shows us that hope is never lost! Follow along as we see the characters reach out to help each other, support friends and neighbours, and teach us all how love and perseverance can conquer anything we put our minds to. In a story about the strength of the human spirit, children will learn that even the smallest hand may hold the biggest heart and that when you never give up, anything is possible!
About the Author
Shannon-Lee Kelly was born and raised in Owen Sound, and now resides in London, Ontario. As a teacher and principal, children, friends, and family have always factored into everything she enjoys about life. In this, her first book, “Six Feet Apart”, she shares the story of hope and perseverance, at a time when everyone struggled with the impact of Covid. The world may face adversity, but at the end of the day, kindness and love will always endure!
About the Illustrator
Adrianna Stekar is a 16 year old high school student, who is currently attending H.B Beal in the enriched art program.
She was born in Toronto, and resides in Kilworth, Ontario. She has always had a love for art, and received the art award in grade school. She has participated in many self-directed projects over the years, but none compare to the experience of illustrating her first book!