The Books

Sharing Sheryl books are children’s books that are written in the form of rhyming parables, meant to instill a little love and wisdom for life’s journey. Each story is written around uplifting themes with an important lesson at their heart. The mission is to build your child up with self love, emotional support, decision making skills, confidence, mindfulness, and passion for their lives.


Why I Write

I guess you could say I am a storyteller from way back. If you ask my parents, they will  likely tell you I have been creating stories since I came out of the womb. As a child I spent hours playing make believe alone in my room. The other part of the time, I was telling stories non-stop to my family (thanks for putting up with me guys!). A love of books, well-seeded by my mother, introduced me to authors like Shel Silverstein, Roald Dahl, and Dr. Seuss. I was amazed, floored even. The stories were so clever and flowed so well together that just reading it almost caused you to start singing it. It was lyrical art! I was hooked and began writing short stories and poems.

Life went on, as it does, and I grew up to specialize in marketing, always keeping the “What if I wrote a book…” close in mind. Everything would change when I suffered a rare disorder that affected my spine, making it impossible most times to sit, stand or walk. I would endure this condition for 11 years, spending many years combined bedridden. I am now gratefully recovered, but not unchanged.

So, why do I write? I write because it makes me feel good. I write because I might be able to add a little love back into the world. I write because it keeps me up at night if I don’t. I write because I love words. I write because my great suffering taught me that children are the way. Children come into this world already knowing who they are and the meaning and purpose of life. I believe it is our job to protect this in them and feed it with loving words from all sources. So, here I am, alone in my room, making up stories yet again. Full circle and blissfully happy.

Subscribe to Kind Kids Word of the Week

Receive the Kind Kids Word of the Week Printable + Updates About New Products to Your Inbox Weekly!