It is better to travel well than to arrive. Gautama Buddha

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Sherry Ellis
Sherry Ellis
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 5
  • Profession: Author, Musician
  • Born: 1 August
  • Member Since: Dec 2018
  • Profile Views: 679
  • Followers: 3
  • Writing:

    Children's
BIOGRAPHY

Sherry Ellis is an award-winning author and professional musician who plays and teaches the violin, viola, and piano. When she is not writing or engaged in musical activities, she can be found doing household chores, hiking, or exploring the world. Ellis has previously published Don't Feed the Elephant, Ten Zany Birds, That Mama is a Grouch, That Baby Woke Me Up, AGAIN, and Bubba and Squirt's Big Dig to China. Ellis, her husband, and their two children live in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Book Views: 678

Bubba and Squirt's Big Dig to China

Publish Date: Sep 04, 2018

Genre: Children's

avg rating 513 reviews on Amazon

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Bubba and Squirt's Big Dig to China

Bubba and Squirt's Big Dig to China

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Publication Date: Sep 04, 2018

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avg rating 513 reviews on Amazon

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Don't Feed the Elephant!

Don't Feed the Elephant!

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Publication Date: Jan 12, 2018

Children's

avg rating 522 reviews on Amazon

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Ten Zany Birds

Ten Zany Birds

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Publication Date: May 15, 2015

Children's

avg rating 4.932 reviews on Amazon

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That Mama is a Grouch

That Mama is a Grouch

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Publication Date: Apr 30, 2010

Children's

avg rating 4.632 reviews on Amazon

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That Baby Woke Me Up, AGAIN

That Baby Woke Me Up, AGAIN

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Publication Date: Jun 06, 2005

Children's

avg rating 4.921 reviews on Amazon

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    • allauthor 5 daysAllauthor
    • Have you ever experienced "Writer's Block"? Any tips you would like to share to overcome it?
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      • sherrye 5 daysAuthor
      • I think all writers at some point experience "writer's block." It's more about being empty than a block. When this happens to me, I find something else to do, like go for a walk or read a book. Eventually, the creative juices start flowing again.
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    • allauthor 5 daysAllauthor
    • When you were young, did you ever see writing as a career or full-time profession?
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      • sherrye 5 daysAuthor
      • I never imagined I'd be an author. When I was a kid, I wanted to be an astronaut or opera singer. I'm neither. When I was a kid, I enjoyed reading, and coming up with stories. My three-year-old daughter was the one who prompted me to become an author.
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