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Sean Campbell; Shoe Fly

$15.75

5 in stock

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Like all too many flies, Tera Difly struggled to make friends. Everyone just waved her away and said “shoo fly!” Join her on this adorable adventure as she discovers new activities and new friends.
Strong themes of media literacy, healthy living, friendship, and character are all brought to life in this fun and adorable kids’ book. Parents and teachers will love reading this with their little ones and discussing the themes within. Enjoy!

Born and bred in Kamloops BC, Sean wandered the planet for a few decades, then returned to attend SFU’s Master of Publishing program before heading back to the river city to write and play. He will talk to you about anything and everything traveling, publishing, traveling, books, traveling over a local craft brew. Sean writes satirical parenting and humourous children’s books. His next project is an illustrated children’s title with themes of equality, teamwork, perseverance, and leadership featuring local hockey hero, Ajay Baines.

Additional information

Artist:

Sean Campbell

Placement:

KAC Main Office

Medium:

Children's book

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The Kamloops Arts Council office and KAC Main Gallery are located in the city-owned Old Courthouse Cultural Centre at 7 Seymour Street West. We share this wonderful century-old building with the Courthouse Gallery Cooperative and Theatre BC (Mainstage).

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