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Writing has always been a hobby for Kieshia. Having discovered her love for it as a child, she put those efforts into making songs as a teen. She began creating children’s stories and keeping them for just her and her children for many years. 

Since turning her passion into a profession, Kieshia has written prolifically and is constantly exploring new themes, genres and ideas. It’s incredibly hard work, but she's never happier than when she sits down at her desk putting the opening words to a new book or story on paper.


Peter the Picky Polar Bear

December 14th, 2020

Kieshia Chun is extremely proud and excited to share her latest book, Peter the Picky Polar Bear. This beautifully simple story will encourage the pickiest of eaters to keep an open mind when there's a new food to try!

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Have You Ever Seen a Dogahogahippodile?

Summer 2021

This wacky, rhyming tale takes you on an imaginary journey to find a crazy combination of animals. Can you guess what they are?

Peter the Picky Polar Bear Learns to Swim

November 2021

The next book in the Picky Peter series explores the fear of water and swimming. Join Peter once again, with some new friends as he learns that swimming doesn't have to be a scary as he thinks.


Sydney the Silly Snake

Summer 2022

Authorpreneur Central illustration grant winner, Sydney the Silly Snake takes you through the woods with Sydney and his woodland friends, where he learns an important lesson about when it is appropriate to joke and tease.