Meet David, one of award-winning author Sherrill S. Cannon’s “Classroom of Kids,” who manages his ADHD with the help of classmates.

Does your child have ADHD (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)?

Meet David, one of award-winning author Sherrill S. Cannon’s “Classroom of Kids,” who manages his ADHD with the help of classmates.

David discovers ways to cope with his hyperactive brain, while learning how to calm and soothe his ADHD. Solutions include setting daily schedules and following simple rules that regulate behavior. His teachers and therapists encourage using the computer for academic advancement, and to establish a pattern for study as well as for occasional recreation. David not only learns self-control and communication skills, but is able to fit into the classroom and make friends.

Once again social values are emphasized in the author’s latest illustrated children’s story, and classroom friends from previous books are featured. In fact, David has been part of the class for a long time!

“David’s ADHD is a timely topic for parents and children. A story in rhyme that demystifies ADHD. It explains a youngster’s behavior in terms of his inattentiveness and impulsivity and how it impacts those around him. A sensitive way of creating understanding for children with ADHD and their families.” – Dr. Valerie Allen, licensed school psychologist
About the Author:
Former teacher Sherrill S. Cannon has won 76 awards for her previous 11 rhyming books. She is also the author of seven published and internationally performed plays for elementary school children. The author has been called “an absolute master of rhyming” and “a modern-day Dr. Seuss.”

Christine Cazes5.0 out of 5 stars Gift of Rhyme Demystifies ADHDReviewed in the United States on February 18, 2020Verified PurchaseSherrill’s gift of rhyme clearly describes the sensitive topic of a child’s diagnosis of ADHD. Turn each page beautifully illustrated by Kalpart, and learn a parent’s frustration and a child’s inability to focus. David quickly learns that there is a way to keep organized, make more friends, and get better grades. As a Reading and Writing Specialist, I was so pleased to share this book with my colleagues in school. Today’s classrooms include many students who lack the ability to focus which interrupts their learning. Some are diagnosed with ADHD. Sherrill’s book gives good advice to parents, teachers, and children. I gave a copy of Sherrill’s book to the parent of one of my students because she worried so much about her son. She read the book and today her son is learning to calm and soothe his ADHD. I highly recommend this book that demystifies ADHD for parents, children, and teachers.

GRAB THIS CUTE COLORING BOOK FOR THE LITTLE ONES IN YOUR LIFE–THE GOLDEN RULE COLORING BOOK–SHERRILL S. CANNON

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What if you treated others the way you’d like to be treated? If everyone did that, what kind of world could there be? Please join the children’s quest to discover how to follow the Golden Rule and to share it with others.



This coloring book version of Sherrill S. Cannon’s best-selling children’s story, The Golden Rule, allows kids to enjoy reading in rhyme, as well as illustrating their own version of how children can help us be kind to each other.

The book is a winner of nine awards, including a Book Excellence Awards Gold Medal, eLit Gold Medal, Children’s Literary Classics Silver Medal and Seal of Approval, Mom’s Choice Silver Medal, Reviewer’s Choice Silver Medal, and a Finalist in the Readers Favorite, IAN Book of the Year and Pinnacle Awards.


J. C. Powelson
5.0 out of 5 stars The Golden Rule Coloring Book Rules!Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2021Verified PurchaseWhen my daughters were younger they enjoyed Sherrill Cannon’s original illustrated, “The Golden Rule” and all of her delightful children’s books. “The Golden Rule” is written in Cannon’s characteristic rhyming prose, which makes reading–and learning–fun! Both the illustrated and coloring editions help children learn about doing the right thing and treating other people well. The coloring book is a great way to teach children these important life lessons, but it also encourages their artistic skills. What better way to drive the book’s message home than to allow kids to color the line drawings in their favorite colors and customize the illustrations to fit their own style! The story itself is a great teaching tool, but the coloring edition allows children to be more interactive and strengthens the book’s valuable message.

“Perfect to share with the little Angel in your life!” – Book of Angels by Judy Mastrangelo

Learn all about angels with this great new children’s book from noted painter Judy Mastrangelo! “Book of Angels” is a beautifully creative, traditional children’s book filled with illustrations your children will love. Who doesn’t love angels? Read along and learn with your children as you delve into a magical fairytale world of make-believe and wonder!

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Perfect to share with the little Angel in your life!

This is a beautifully illustrated book ~ wonderful to share with children and grandchildren. Great for reading before nighttime to ensure your young one has sweet dreams of angels.

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Squirrelly would rather play than gather acorns for the winter. – Squirrelly by Mary Clark Dalton, Illustrated by Cole Bullock

Squirrelly loved to play. In fact, there wasn’t a squirrel around who knew more acorn games than he did. He loved to make all the other squirrels laugh, and that he did time after time. All his friends would say, “Squirrelly, you’re the funniest squirrel around!” What he didn’t like though was working to store up for winter. ‘I have plenty of time,’ he would say when his father would warn him winter was coming soon.

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The adventure continues for Princess Anna as she finds the end to one mystery, only to be thrown unsuspectingly into another one. -Princess Anna Looks Deep Within by Mary Dalton, and illustrated by Adrienne Anderson

The adventure continues for Princess Anna as she finds the end to one mystery, only to be thrown unsuspectingly into another one.
Was this a dream or did it really happen? How can she remember Prince Alexander (Alex), the name she so fondly calls him, so well when no one else seems to remember him. Clue after clue turns up for Anna to solve. Is she getting closer to the answer?
Prince Alexander tries hard to solve his own mystery. How did he get home? Why is everything so different now? What does his father mean when he says that if you want something badly enough, you can believe that it really happened?
Follow Princess Anna and Prince Alexander as they try to solve their shared mystery–two kingdoms apart!

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“In a house in the forest all covered with vines,….PETER AND THE WHIMPER WHINEYS COLORING BOOK

Lived a very small rabbit who did nothing but whine.”

Thus begins the popular rhyming story Peter and the Whimper-Whineys.

This coloring book version of the best-selling “whine-stopper” children’s story was designed for kids to enjoy reading the rhyming, as well as being able to illustrate their own version of Peter’s nocturnal adventure into the woods.

Peter’s mother warns him that if he doesn’t stop whining and crying, he’ll have to go live with the Whimper-Whineys. His adventure continues as he later hops into the woods and finds lots of frightening Whimper-Whineymen! He discovers that the Whimper-Whineys are very ill-mannered and rude, and that everything is sour in Whimper-Whineland. He decides his mother was right. If only he can get back home!

According to a recent critique, “I cannot imagine any parent or guardian not wanting to read this book to their child! … Parents everywhere applaud you!”

Christine Cazes5.0 out of 5 stars READ-COLOR-LEARNReviewed in the United States on August 7, 2020Verified PurchaseDo you need a “Peter” in your house to stop your children from whining? Sherrill S. Cannon’s coloring book, “Peter and the Whimper-Whineys” is sure to solve the problem! This is a delightful lyrical story written in rhyme that truly engages young children. Peter, a small rabbit, resembles many children who want to be the boss and whine until they get their own way. This adorable award-winning story warns, “If you can’t stop that whining, I very much fear that the old Whimper-Whineys will look for you here.”
Children, like Peter, learn that they don’t want to live with the old Whimper-Whineys “in a land far away, where you’ll join them in whining and crying all day.” They will smile, laugh, and eventually agree that it would be unpleasant to live with “men with no manners” who whine and cry all day long.
As a reading specialist, mother, and grandmother, I highly recommend this book that teaches children the valuable skill of rhyming and reinforces the message that whining is undesirable. With the coloring book version of “Peter and the Whimper-Whineys,” children get the opportunity to visit a page for a longer period of time while they exercise their imagination and color the illustrations. In the end, they can take ownership of the book and personalize its message. This book is a “must” for every child’s library!

Loved the Message~!! I LOVE YOU, BE CAREFUL JUDY SNIDER

From the moment we are born, someone is telling us to be careful. No matter what country we call home or what language we speak, these words follow us our entire lives. You might hear parents, friends, family or children lovingly say this phrase at least once a day. Think about all of the times that a loved one goes off to school, play or work, and you say, “I Love You, Be Careful!”

“I Love You, Be Careful” is a heartwarming and uplifting book. There is a page to personalize it as a gift for adults and children. The book’s beautiful illustrations capture poignant memories and cause one to reflect on all the “Be Careful” moments in life and smile.


Jennifer Chatham
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved the Message~!!Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2011I Love You, Be Careful by Judy Snider and Joan Dickow is a Children’s Picture Book on Parenting and Relationships.

From the moment we are born, someone is there telling us to be careful. There isn’t no one that hasn’t been told by someone, to be careful, whether they are playing, or traveling or just doing everyday things, a mom, dad, friend etc. has told you to watch what you are doing because you are loved.

A baby is born and we read how the parents watch over her, protecting her and reminding her to be careful. From climbing trees, playing in the park or beach, ballet recitals, first dates, marriages and the birth of the child’s own baby, her parents are there to remind her that they love her and to be careful until the moment she says the same things to her own child, bringing the book full circle.

I thought the pictures were delightful and lead to much discussion about the events on the pages. Each page is simply written giving you a chance to let your imagination soar as you feel the message the book is trying to convey. The illustrations by Candy B. Driver were colourful, friendly and beautifully depicted and children will delight in pouring over their stories as you read to them.

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Squirrelly loves to play but doesn’t like gathering acorns for the winter. – Squirrelly by Mary Clark Dalton

Squirrelly loved to play. In fact, there wasn’t a squirrel around who knew more acorn games than he did. He loved to make all the other squirrels laugh, and that he did time after time. All his friends would say, “Squirrelly, you’re the funniest squirrel around!” What he didn’t like though was working to store up for winter. ‘I have plenty of time,’ he would say when his father would warn him winter was coming soon.

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