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Edward the Emu Paperback – 31 October 1990
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- Publisher : HarperCollins - AU; New edition (31 October 1990)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 32 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0207170517
- ISBN-13 : 978-0207170515
- Dimensions : 1.27 x 24.13 x 25.4 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 479 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author
Sheena Knowles lives in Point Lonsdale in Victoria. After a long career as an advertising copywriter, she worked with multicultural communities, children in care, and supporting the elderly and people with disabilities.
Sheena has now retired and plans to spend more time writing and playing with Rupert, her first grandchild. Sheena is the author of Edward the Emu and Edwina the Emu, both illustrated by Rod Clement, and What a Lot of Nonsense, illustrated by Jonathan Bentley.
Rod Clement is a renowned author, illustrator and cartoonist. He has written and illustrated Grandad’s Teeth , Just Another Ordinary Day and Feathers for Phoebe, and illustrated Edward the Emu and Edwina the Emu, both written by Sheena Knowles. He is also the cartoonist for several Australian newspapers. He lives in Sydney, Australia.
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Great story to start a variety of discussions with your child about the importance of valuing yourself, rather than valuing the options of others to reflect your self worth. This can be simplified to just discussing how amazing your child is and just giving them a few examples of why you feel that way or what makes them unique. You could go further by explains what others think of them and why that can be important or not important.
Such a lovely story. Simple and easy to read. Wonderful immersive art throughout.
A story about just being you.