Kit Pearson

Kit Pearson is a Canadian author who writes books for young readers.
Kit Pearson is the author of the children's book A Day of Signs and Wonders. (Katherine Farris/B.C. Book Prize)

Kit Pearson is among Canada's most revered children's writers, celebrated by generations of young readers for her insightful historical novels and fantasy tales. Her latest book, A Day of Signs and Wonders, is inspired by the childhood of artist Emily Carr and was a finalist for the 2017 TD Canadian Children's Literature Award. Her other books include The Sky is Falling and Awake and Dreaming. Awake and Dreaming won the Governor General's Literary Award in 1996.

Books by Kit Pearson

Interviews with Kit Pearson

Toronto students meet with YA author Kit Pearson at a TD Kids Book Club.


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