Emma the eager emu / by Sandra Bennett ; illustrations by Dianna Budd.

By: Bennett, Sandra D [author.]Contributor(s): Budd, Dianna [illustrator.]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Calwell, A.C.T. : Inspiring Publishers, [2015]Copyright date: ©2015Description: 30 unnumbered pages : colour illustrations ; 26 cmContent type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780994267085Subject(s): Individual differences -- Juvenile fiction | Persistence -- Juvenile fiction | Individuality -- Juvenile fiction | Emus -- Juvenile fiction | Birds -- Flight -- Juvenile fictionDDC classification: A823.4 Summary: 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? A subtle tale for pre-schoolers and the early school years about individualism. Emma also teaches the importance of never giving up your dreams and that through hard work and practice it is possible to do whatever you set your mind to achieve.
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Includes factual information about the Australian Emu, Crimson Rosella, Pink Galah, Cockatoo and Kookaburra bird species.

Two ISBN numbers appear on the back cover.

Ages 4+.

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? A subtle tale for pre-schoolers and the early school years about individualism. Emma also teaches the importance of never giving up your dreams and that through hard work and practice it is possible to do whatever you set your mind to achieve.

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