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Find out what books are coming out for Sherry Roberts, author.

Her debut book, Twas the Night Before Christmas...A First for Gus, is a medal finalist in the 2022 Florida Authors and Publishers Association President's Book Awards.

Gus' story is available to order from Parnassus Books, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble. For more about this book, just click below.


The author has a love for photography. Here you can view her landscapes, florals, birds, and more. Hope you enjoy.

The 2022 Poetry-in-the-Boro Calendar is now available for pre-order. Dr. Roberts will have a photo as part of this calendar for the second year. Go to the following link to review and pre-order.

Order Your 2022 Calendar Today! – Poetry in the Boro

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Read blogs about the author's publishing and photography adventures. Plus, read from her Author Friends and comment for a chance to win her friends' latest books!

Photo Credit: Kristin Amaro



Meet Sherry Roberts. Author

Sherry Roberts has always been an avid reader. She has taken that love of reading and spinning stories, to become an author writing down these stories. Dr. Roberts began creating stories with her nephew and later her nieces. 

Her love of dogs, particularly basset hounds and rescue dogs, led to her debut picture book about a dog named Gus. She has had two basset hounds, Princess and Samantha. Samantha was one of three sister dogs that included Sherry's brother and sister's families.

Dr. Sherry Roberts holds a graduate degree from the University of Louisville in curriculum and instruction. She has taught middle school through college level in her over 35 years of teaching. She also has conducted technology camps and workshops for K-12 students, as well as teachers

Twas the Night Before Christmas...a First for Gus, the shelter basset hound puppy, was released August 2021 (publisher: Young Dragons Press).



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