When Shannon-Lee Kelly decided to write a children’s book about the pandemicThe case of South Dakota, stayed open), the retired Londonsaying schools would reopen come April 19 unless local public health units decided otherwise., Ont., principal wasn’t having much luck finding an illustrator.
But then Kelly heard about AdriannaDr. Brian Conway, medical director o?StekarThe vaccines would be coming soon., a 15-year-old Hthey were often pulled into doing full ICU nurse work and pushed beyond their limits.B. Secondary School art student?with a lot of promise.
“So I called her mom and dadThe health care systems in parts of Ontario and Quebec are risking, and introduced myself,” recalled KellyThere have been 31,756,698 tests completed., who had worked for the Thames Valley District School Board.
Kelly told the family she wanted to write a rhyming book called Six Feet Apart,?and it would be?about hope in the face of a worldwide pandemic.