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Emma Has A Dilemma, A New Children’s Book that Teaches Grammar to 4-8 Year Old Children, Hits the Online Market

Saturday, November 19, 2016 19:01
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And with the wave of a magic wand, “Emma Has A Dilemma” has appeared at online book stores everywhere from Barnes & Noble to Amazon to Google Play.

Emma, the protagonist, has just gotten an F on a nouns versus pronouns test and doesn’t have a clue what to do about it. Wizard Jake appears out of nowhere to help. A wizard armed with a wand: a pencil with an A on top, a notebook paper cape, and a command of grammar and the English language, Jake teaches Emma how to turn that F to an A with a lesson in nouns versus pronouns.

But Jake isn’t finished yet. The Emma series which will be rolled out this year in 5 picture books with Jake using every trick up the notebook paper sleeve to teach Emma everything from Adjectives versus Adverbs, to Metaphors versus Similes, to Conjunctions in “Emma Jane goes on a Plane,” “Emma’s All Gloom as she Cleans Her Room,” “Emma Beams during a Wonderful Dream” and “Emma Feel Uncool in Summer School.”

Emma and Jake come together from two different worlds.

Find out everything happening in the World of Emma has a Dilemma at http://emmahasadilemma1.com.

Authors available for interviews; Books available to review.

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