Sherry E. Engler is an author, illustrator and writer. She writes articles for Outdoors Southwest formally known as GYMOAZ (Get Your Mountain On Arizona). She attended the University of Arizona. She received a diploma from the Institute of Children’s Literature and a diploma from the International Correspondence School in Master Art.
Inspired by her passion for writing, she wrote Living with LEO: Law Enforcement Officer sharing light-heartedly her observations of family life with law enforcement officers in her roles as wife and mother.
Daisy Doo! Daisy Doo? What? Who? is a delightful fable, written and illustrated by Sherry for preschool age, promoting self-esteem and self-reliance as a green caterpillar, Daisy Doo, searches for her identity.
Holden’s Magical Blue Marble is a chapter book for children and teens who like magical mysteries. Holden’s Magical Blue Marble promotes the theme wishing for good things make good things happen.
In her latest release, Princess Dixie, Princess Ella & 7 Crazy Hens, Ogre Greedy is tricked by Witch Jokester and seven crazy hens in this delightful tale of the consequences of stealing.
She also illustrated Jeremy’s Christmas for Carol Mathewson. This book is an inspirational Christmas story of Jeremy finding friends in the animal world.
Sherry Engler is married to Don Engler, who recently retired as the Chief of Police in Payson, Arizona. She has been a law enforcement supporter, spanning Don’s career, for over 35 years of service. Sherry’s daughter and son are also law enforcement officers, both serving as deputy sheriffs. As the wife of one law enforcement officer and the mother of two, Sherry Engler knows firsthand the many challenges the law enforcement profession may have on family life, which she shares in Living with LEO: Law Enforcement Officer.
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