- Linda Weaver Clarke has selected Sherrill S. Cannon for her Author Interview and Book Give-Away for the week of Dec. 6-13. Both Santa’s Birthday Gift and Peter and the Whimper-Whineys will be featured, and a signed copy of each will be available for a drawing from all readers submitting comments about the books. Please check out Linda’s blogsite at www.lindaweaverclarke.blogspot.com to see her recent interviews as well. (Thank you John Kremer for the Marketing Tip!)
- Whine Stopper!
There are now signed copies of Peter and the Whimper-Whineys available on eBay!!!
Also, please check out my new pages! I have added one for Book Signings, since I had a wonderful event yesterday, August 11th, at the Shady Brook Farm in Yardley PA. I have added another page for further news about upcoming events, as well as information about some of the other children’s books I have in progress. I wanted to leave my Main Page dedicated to my published books, for the benefit of new readers (and hopefully fans!) Stay tuned!
My second rhymed children’s book, Peter and the Whimper-Whineys, was released in April. It is designed to help parents cope with whining and complaining children. Peter is a small rabbit who does nothing but whine. His mother warns him that if he keeps on whining and crying, he’ll have to go live with the Whimper-Whineys. His nocturnal adventures convince him his mother was right! If only he can get back home… The critique editor for this story wrote: “I cannot imagine any parent or guardian not wanting to read this book to their child!…Parents everywhere applaud you!”
Most of my books try to teach something, like good manners and caring for others. Santa’s Birthday Gift is an attempt to include Santa in the meaning of Christmas. (After I read a story of the nativity to my young granddaughter, she looked at me and asked “But where’s Santa?” The editor who critiqued this book wrote: “What a cute story! I know there are many stories about how Santa came into the picture, but this is a delightful idea behind the gifts at Christmas.” The story is best for ages 3-10, to be read to children who still believe in Santa!
I am a mother of four and a grandmother of nine. I have been writing poetry since before I could write! (My mother wrote down the poetry I wrote as a four-year-old.) I have written six other rhymed children’s stories, as well as eight rhymed musical plays for elementary school children (which have been performed in the Philadelphia PA area since 1995.) I love to write. My friends and family ask me if I think in rhyme and meter, and I have to admit that sometimes this is true!