Emma the Eager Emu

EmmaEmu

Careful what you wish for, it just might come in a totally different way than what you expected.

“One, two, three, look at me, I can fly! cried Emma the Eager Emu.

She jumped from the rocks and flapped her wings.

But Emma didn’t fly. No matter how hard she tried,

Emma the Emu couldn’t fly,”

Emma the Eager Emu is at flying school with all her other Australian bird friends. She tries to jump from rocks, she tries to jump from an old car, Emma even tries climbing a tree! But no matter how hard she tries to fly, Emma just can’t seem to fit in.

Will Emma ever learn to fly? Will she ever accept her differences? Find out in my soon to be released new picture book packed full with unique gorgeous Australian birds.

A subtle tale for pre-schoolers and the early school years where they learn all about individualism, and owning your unique special qualities in a world where we are all still the same in so many other ways. Emma also teaches the importance of never giving up your dreams. That through hard work and practice it is possible to do whatever you set your mind to achieve.

Themes:

Persistence/Patience

Feelings/Emotions

Self Esteem

Co-operation

Similarities/Differences

Children’s Picture Book Suitable for ages 4-6

 

http://sandrabennettauthor.com/2015/03/16/emma-the-eager-emu-cover-reveal-and-reviews/

http://sandrabennettauthor.com/2014/10/29/emma-finally-has-a-face/

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