SITIO EN ESPAÑOL
Born in Belize, Sherlett Hope-King was raised in California where she currently resides with her husband and their two kids. Sherlett earned her degree in Child Development from the California State University of Los Angeles, working part-time as a preschool teacher. She then went on to work as a site supervisor for a school-age program. Sherlett has also worked for the Head Start Program as well as working at a children's center where she was a coordinating teacher. As her own children started primary school, Sherlett decided to open the first hourly childcare center in her community of Corona. Here, she served as director for nine years.
Holidays at Grannie and Dod's
"Holidays at Grannie and Dod's" is a multicultural children's story about a young girl who remembers how she enjoyed celebrating the holidays with her Belizean family. She uses some of her senses such as smell, taste, touch, and hearing to describe what is taking place.