Join Kindred as we kick off Summer Learning with author Rebekah Borucki!
Featuring a Q&A with the author, a reading from the picture book Zara’s Big Messy Day (That Turned Out Okay), and a short meditation, this virtual event will include fun for the whole family. Rebekah’s works feature racially diverse characters and appeal to readers of all ages, including those who may be new to meditation and mindfulness practice.
About Rebekah Borucki
Rebekah Borucki is an author, meditation guide, and mother to five kids. Most recently, she founded Row House Publishing and its children’s imprint Wheat Penny Press. Together, they’re Raising the Volume on Voices That Matter™ and publishing Books for Little Readers and Big Change™.
She has taught meditation as a profound act of self-care that can be executed effortlessly and effectively to hundreds of thousands of individuals online and in live workshops for more than a decade. Because Rebekah believes that wellness is a social and racial justice issue, her mission has been and will always be to make mental-health support and stress-management tools accessible to all, but especially to the most vulnerable among us.