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Sherry Chapman is the author of the multiple award-winning book, How Much Big Is the Sky: A Memoir of a Mother’s Love and Unfathomable Loss.
Sherry Chapman is the author of How Much Big Is the Sky: A Memoir of a Mother’s Love and Unfathomable Loss, written following the sudden death of her son, Ryan.
Sherry Chapman is a professional genealogist at 1 Stop Genealogy, and the acclaimed author of How Much Big Is the Sky: A Memoir of a Mother’s Love and Unfathomable Loss.
How Much Big Is the Sky has been celebrated for its literary excellence with multiple awards. Reviewers laud How Much Big Is the Sky as "...one of those memoirs that will linger in the mind and memory..." (Midwest Book Review); and as "...heart-wrenching, descriptive, and powerful...with striking lyricism..." (The Booklife Prize); and as "a brave recollection of a shattering loss..." (Kirkus Reviews).
Following the death of her 19-year-old son Ryan resulting from a car crash, Sherry became a fierce advocate for teen driving safety.
She received national recognition in 2014 from Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety in Washington, D.C. as a Highway Safety Hero for her contributions to saving lives, preventing injuries and making roads safer.
In 2017, Sherry was named as Connecticut's Safety Champion in recognition of her "years of exceptional advocacy and leadership on teen driving issues."
Sherry Chapman touts her memoir, How Much Big Is the Sky, as a love song to her son.
She currently lives in Connecticut with her husband Michael, and is busy working on her next book.
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