Sheri Poe-Pape, Children's Author

Multi-Award-Winning Children's Author

Though Sheri Poe-Pape has written many internet articles about people in the arts and in history, Cassie's Marvelous Music Lessons and Cassie Pup Takes the Cake?? are the author's first two children's books. She has also been Director/Educator of the Pape Conservatory of Music for the past thirty-nine years. Each day, she warms up on the piano, and for fifteen of those years, a small dog has been her constant companion. In recent years, little Cassie has stood on the right side of the keyboard and brushed the author's hands off the piano keys and helped also to be a “baker's helper”—habits that inspired these stories! The author is a graduate of Northern Illinois University where she studied music, English and creative writing. She lives with her family in Northern Illinois, where she continues to write and to teach music-alongside Cassie.

The most important thing the author wants readers to gain from her books:

Both my books are most unique as they are about a real dog that did all these situations and the books provide common moral ground as well.

Why the author is an authority on the subject of her books:

The books are about my my white, miniature schnauzer, Cassie!

Awards:

2013 Midwest Publishing Association Award, 2018 Purple Dragonfly Award, 2018 Royal Dragonfly Award, 2018 Story Monsters Approved Award, 2018 New Apple Award (Medalist winner in Children's General Fiction)


Website:

www.sheripoe-pape.com

Social Media:

Facebook

Instagram

Twitter

Goodreads

YouTube

Speaking Engagements and School Presentations:

I provide a creative writing session with students, I also read from my books. TV and radio I discuss all about my books and what it is like to be an author.

Presentation Audience:

Preschool

Grades K-3

Grades 4-6

Adult

Experience:

11-100 Appearances

Location:

Illinois

Willing to Travel

Book Type:

Picture book

Children's Fiction

Educational

Topics:

Creativity

Writing

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