Fun to find this from All-Author:
I am happy to report that over 500 of my eBooks have been donated to underprivileged school children around the world and are being used in classroom settings. They are part of a program to provide culturally relevant eBooks to children globally. Teachers get copies for the kids and Amazon donates Kindles for those kids. It is so gratifying to know that the teachers find my books to be written well enough to use in the classroom, and that so many of my children’s books are being shared! Manner-Man is a definite favorite! (Thank you to SBPRA for making this possible.)
I have placed another favorite book, The Magic Word, on Goodreads again as a giveaway. It is a favorite of many children!
Winner of 6 awards: Winner of the 2011 Readers Favorite Gold Medal, 2011 Pinnacle Achievement Award Winner, 2011 Global Finalist Award, 2012 Reader Views Second Place, 2012 International Book Awards Finalist, and 2012 Next Generation Indie Finalist.
Elisabeth needs to learn The Magic Word “Please”, and to use it every day. Please and Thank you are words that everyone needs to use!
At the back of the book, there is this extra verse, which I hope you will share with your children:
There is a Magic Word
To use when you’re in need,
So give a smile and shout it out:
The magic word is Please!
There are some other words
That bring a magic touch:
When someone does nice things for you,
Say, “Thank you, very much!”
Thank you to all my friends, fans and family for helping me share my books!
I was looking through some amazon reviews and found the following wonderful review by Laura for My Fingerpaint Masterpiece!
This is such a delightful book.
A young girl does a fingerpainting and doesn’t get it done. On the way home from school, the wind tears it from her hands and it ends up mixed in with some other paintings at am art dealer’s store. She’s quite surprised when she sees her painting on display at the mall. People gather around it, each with a different idea of what it portrays.
I have some watercolor pictures that my son did as a little guy. They hang on the wall in my living room and many people see something different. There are even a couple where I see some different each time I look at them.
When the girl tries to explain to people that it’s not a real painting, just somethings he did in art class at school, they don’t believe her. No one wanted to look silly.
The book is told from the child’s perspective and it’s never explained whether it’s a boy or a girl. I guessed a girl and wrote my review as such. I like this clever idea. Boys and girls will connect with the character in their own way.
A cute little story with a sweet, funny ending. The illustrations are colorful and fun. And I bet your little ones will want to dip their fingers in paint and create their own masterpiece after reading this book.
Thank you to Karen Scheuer for the lovely review for My Little Angel...
Thanks for the lovely 5-star Review from Marta Moran-Bishop…
It is a remarkable little book that would delight any child, while teaching the lessons of kindness, responsibility and all the things parents try to instill in their small children.
Ms. Cannon, has outdone herself once again with this remarkable little book aimed at gracefully helping adults teach such important lessons in life.
I loved this little book and will read it many times, before passing it down to the next generation.
Adorable, Charming, Delightful all in one little book, what more can one ask for?
Thank you, Sherrill Cannon, for writing it! Highly Recommended.
Thanks so much for this nice review of My Little Angel!
By FrankDebra on May 11, 2017
“Sherrill Cannon is a gifted writer who uses her creativity to inspire young children. In a climate of competition and criticism, Sherrill’s stories offer a gentler, more nurturing text. This book makes a great gift!”
Thanks so much for taking the time to share your thoughts with others!