Category Archives: Bullying

My eBooks Are Global…

10 Awards for Manner-Man!

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.)

The Magic Word is a Giveaway on Goodreads

I have placed another favorite book, The Magic Word, on Goodreads again as a giveaway.  It is a favorite of many children!

What is the Magic Word?

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!

Two More 5-Stars for My Little Angel

Pinnacle Achievement Award Winner

I love it when I receive email reviews, and am happy to share a couple of nice ones I have just been sent!  I especially love it when they are written by young people!!

Here is my daughter’s review for My Little Angel:
A lovely book for young children.  The rhyming will help children remember that there is always an angel watching over them.  The story encourages children to always listen to their conscience which is their guardian angel speaking to them… Lily, age 14
And here’s mine:
The story of Angela, the tiny guardian angel and the child she watches over will appeal to “the better angels” of any child’s nature, as well as comfort and reassure them as they venture out into the world. I recommend this book as the perfect gift for all the children in your life… Lisa DeAngelis”
Thank you Lily and Lisa!  My Little Angel thanks you too!!

My Little Angel has another 5-star Review!

Abigail’s Favorite!

Thank you to Karen Scheuer for the lovely review for My Little Angel...

on June 14, 2017
“My Little Angel is another adorable book by author Sherrill Cannon!
Children will delight in the rhyming verse as they learn life lessons. An angel sits on a little girl’s shoulder helping her throughout her day by whispering in her ear, encouraging her, and watching over her and her family – and even her pets! Children will find comfort in learning from this book that angels are sent from God, and they are never alone.
There are so many lessons parents and teachers can discuss with children while reading this book together, and the author even has discussion questions at the end of the book to help facilitate that. The illustrations are fabulous, and convey the feeling of love.
I can see this book becoming a family favorite at bedtime. Well done!”
Karen is a former elementary school teacher, a college professor and also the author of the charming children’s book A Bug and a Wish!

5-Stars for My Little Angel

Abigail’s Favorite!

Thank you Patti Tingen for the “sweet” review of My Little Angel...

on May 28, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition
“My Little Angel is a sweet book that teaches kids they are never alone. Sherrill’s rhyming text and encouraging words remind all of us that we have help to make good choices and to always treat others with kindness. Great illustrations as well!”

Patti is an excellent author, whose children’s book A Cat Named Mouse is one of my granddaughter’s favorites…