Category Archives: Guardian Angel

5 Stars for My Little Angel – Lovely Review by Lorilyn Roberts

Another lovely 5-star review for My Little Angel, this one by Lorilyn Roberts, the founder of the John 3:16 Network…

on October 15th
My favorite children’s books are rhyming books, and Sherrill Cannon once again in “My Little Angel” has created a masterpiece. The story is uplifting, the illustrations are beautiful, and it’s one of those books where you feel good all over when you finish it. You want to linger on the words, the message, and read it again and again. The story is biblical, where the young girl has an angel who protects her and helps her throughout the day. Prayer, self-worth, kindness, gratitude, and love are recurring themes and make this a wonderful book to share and read to young children. “My Little Angel” is a great addition to children’s literature and I’m sure it will win many awards in the years to come.

Nice to be part of the Testimonials for Reader Views Reviewer’s Choice Awards

Nice to be a included in the Testimonials for the Reader Views Reviewer’s Choice Awards…


“I have entered the Reader Views Literary Awards Reviewer’s Choice program each year since I discovered the program in 2012 when The Magic Word won a 2nd place award. This has been followed each consecutive year with Gimme-Jimmy a  2013 HM, Manner-Man a 2014 Gold, My Fingerpaint Masterpiece a 2015 HM, Mice & Spiders & Webs…Oh My! a 2016 HM, and The Golden Rule a 2017 2nd place. I hope that My Little Angel will do as well!  The Awards themselves are great for marketing, but the way that this Awards Program is especially meaningful is that they use children to review the books.  A child reviewer is very unique, since they evaluate the book’s appeal to actual children…the readers!!  Reader Views also provides excellent marketing services in addition to their Awards Program.”

–Sherrill S. Cannon
http://sbprabooks.com/sherrillscannon/

http://www.readerviews.com/testimonials

Lovely New 5-Star Review for My Little Angel

Thank you to author and blog writer Bethany Edwards for her awesome review of My Little Angel:

on October 7, 2017

“A charming faith-based children’s book that illustrates a little girl being guided by her guardian angel, Angela.

Positive messages of kindness, patience, and a great work ethic are all modeled beautifully. I enjoyed the pacing of this book to walk through a typical day in the life of a child and all the positive choices she made when faced with a decision.

The author is also a teacher who supports and understands how to teach literacy skills with her books.

There are comprehension and reflection questions at the end of the book which can be used in a guided reading group, or at home to encourage reading aloud with your children.

Half of the proceeds from this book are donated healthcare and Bullying Prevention charities (through the SBPRA fundraising sites); another wonderful reason to support the philanthropy of this amazing author.”
Bethany is an international school educator and a literacy specialist.  Please check out her website at www.biracialbookworms

Please Meet my Kid Reviewers Kallista and Tristan

My Little Angel reviewed by the kids of Castle View Academy homeschool

Thank you to my two Irish Kid Reviewers who shared so much with me!

Please read the entire Review which includes some wonderful video posts…

Here is the link: http://www.castleviewacademy.com/my-little-angel/

It includes the excited opening of the book in the package – and a wonderful reading of the entire book by little Kallista (such a great reader!)  Both Kallista and big brother Tristan then give their reviews.  (I am happy to report that they both loved it!)

Learn To Listen To Your Inner Voice With My Little Angel

Another Lovely 5-Star Review for My Little Angel

Thanks so much to Brenda Chaput for her great review of My Little Angel...

Pinnacle Achievement Award Winner

 5.0 out of 5 stars

on August 29, 2017
My Little Angel by Sherrill Cannon is SWEET. I enjoyed the rhythm of this little angel book. It’s moral poetry. Small children love reciting verses that flow. Within these verses is values needed to instill safety, good manners, respect for parents and obedience to the law. Things that give children structure. The illustrations are fun to view. They’re bright and cheery. This is always a focusing point with small kids. But more than anything else, this little angel book teaches small children to follow right thinking. A real thumbs up, a five star for sure, and better than any toy. Quality. (All of Sherrill’s children books are listed in the back of My Little Angel) Handy.

My Little Angel has a Lovely Review from Reader Views

Pinnacle Achievement Award Winner

Thank you Willow Cramer (age 7) for the lovely review of My Little Angel, and to Willow’s Dad for the additional insight!

My Little Angel Sherrill S. Cannon Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LLC (2017) ISBN 9781681819471 Reviewed by Willow Cramer (Age 7) for Reader Views Kids (7/17)

“My Little Angel” by Sherrill S. Cannon is about a little angel who is always on a girl’s shoulder. At night she sleeps on the girl’s head. The angel cared for the little girl too. What I liked most about this story is that there’s always an angel beside the little girl. I liked that there were no bad guys in the book, and that it was easy to read. I really liked the art and one day I know I can draw this well. My favorite is the page when she’s in the car because her head is bigger than her body. It makes me laugh. There was nothing in the book I didn’t like, but it was too easy for me to read and I have other books that are similar. I would recommend this book to younger kids like my brother because it’s not for kids my age. It’s too easy for me to read. Like the girl in this book, I feel I have an angel with me too who gives me good ideas. I feel like Jesus gave her to me.

Dad’s Comments This is a book that my daughter did not have a lot to say about because it was a very simple-to-read book. This is a book that she does read on occasion. Even after completing her review and despite her comments about being easy to read, I feel she really enjoys reading it. I like when books end with questions and activities. In this book, I didn’t notice them at first (since they come after the acknowledgements section), but now that I see them, I’m glad they are there. The author hid her other book covers throughout the book, so there’s a “Where’s Waldo” like mini-game. Additionally, she offers “What” and “Now What?” questions about the book and ends with questions the reader can use to apply some of the important concepts from the book (wearing a seatbelt, staying close to a parent, pet ownership, etc.). It is nice, too, that 50% of the cost of the author’s books is used to help find a cure for Juvenile Myositis, an incurable autoimmune disease. I’d never even heard of this before reviewing this book with my daughter, so I’m glad to have had the opportunity to learn about this through the author’s efforts. Overall, I recommend “My Little Angel” by Sherrill S. Cannon as a good book with a good lesson.

(Author’s note:  Willow, at age 7, is quite astute and obviously a good reader!  The book is actually best for ages 3-7…)