I'M SHERMAINE 
PERRY-KNIGHTS

Author. Speaker. Learning Development Professional.

This is Shermaine Perry-Knights posing with 3 of her books.

Recognized as 2020 One to Watch by the Association for Talent Development.

Shermaine

Perry-Knights

Museum of the American Military Family logo
military families magazine logo
logo for WiABE. This is where NPR meets Atlanta.
the American Milspouse logo

Featured in:

Army Wife Network logo
Becker's logo
Voyage Atlanta logo
I Move A Lot and That's Okay cover photo

Looking for a kids coloring book on mindfulness? Here it is! Post to Post, Coast to Coast is a fun and uplifting coloring book to help all children stay calm, positive, and present. These 33 coloring pages are designed to discuss the challenges of moving and explain military family life.

I Move A Lot and That’s Okay” teaches kids how to emotionally cope with relocation. This adventure is filled with sadness, loss, acceptance, and hope. By the end of the story, young readers will be chanting the theme of the book: "I move a lot and that’s okay!” While this book features a military child, its message of resilience and hope are universal ones that help all children to overcome obstacles more easily.

This is a great resource to get you thinking about your next best steps. This guide is like having Shermaine coaching you on paper to help you find your career direction. Thoughtful exercises will help you reflect on finding fulfilling work.

Maggie R.

Reviews

I enjoyed this book very much as any child should whose parent is in the military. It shows a well-informed little girl step by step what to expect if her parents are in the military and they are expected to pack up and leave for a new base. With dad explaining that it is a new adventure for them, new places, new friends etc. then the child is apt to feel okay in leaving her friends, because she knows there are always new ones wherever she goes.

MEC

It’s nice to read a book from a true perspective. This book is good for me as a teacher. It opened my eyes up to see what a military child’s life is truly like. Wow! This is a good book for everybody!

Amazon Customer