Sherise Zammit

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Sherise Zammit

Sherise Zammit born on 30 March, 1990. She comes from Sta Venera She is an Author and Songwriter.

Graduated as a primary school teacher in 2012. She works as a teacher in a government school and loves the fact that by her work she can inspire and be a role model to the future generation.

From a young age she had the love for anything that has to do with writing. Her first published book in Maltese, Save Samyo City was published in 2014 by [Publishers] and won the Terramaxka award in 2015. From then on, Sherise didn't look back and kept on working towards increasing the number of books for young children in Maltese including a number of big books, a series of teachers’ resources in collaboration with the National Literacy Agency.

Besides the love for writing books, in her free time sometimes Sherise finds herself scribbling some lyrics. These were always kept to herself until in 2018 she wrote a song for Kassidy Calleja with the name Ġerħa għal Dejjem music by Dominic Cini which talks about the feelings of a young girl whose parents are separating. The song won the over all prize in the fifth edition of Konkors Melodija Maġika 2019 and also the prize for best author and lyrics.

This opened a new opportunity to her writing. Sherise is also a mother of two girls who motivate her alot in what she does and who inspire her to keep on doing what she loves