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A reading of the story in schools is more than just a reading.

I incorporate playacting, predictions, questions about the text, and a Q&A with me about writing a story.

"You were amazing.  Some even said you should be an elementary teacher! "

- 4th grade teacher

"Thanks again for reading your most awesome book to our 4th grade. Clearly the kids, and adults, in the audience loved the story."

- Another 4th grade teacher 

"A memorable experience for our students, allowing them to engage with a real-life author and gain insights into the world of storytelling. His book captivated our students' imaginations."

-Elementary School Principal

By incorporating the Jewish High Holy Day and universal themes of forgiveness and change, Sherrin’s retelling is fresh and fun. Beautiful illustrations by Martin Morón feature lots of Jewish representation, including a mezuzah, stained glass windows embedded with Jewish stars, a tallit, and kippot.

-Sydney Taylor Schmooze


Kids will get a kick out of seeing these traditional fairy tales veer off on surprising new paths. With fun illustrations of a hairy but not too scary hero, this sweet picture book encourages little ones (and wolves) to apologize when they mess up, follow the urge to be better and accept forgiveness from others. 

-Ron Charles, Washington Post Book Club

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