Emma on Mars
A charming picture book about space, climate change and making a difference.
“You don’t realize what you have until it’s gone,” she said. “We really should look after this place.”
Emma is cross with her parents. They’ve made a mess of Earth and say they’re too busy to sort it out! Emma decides that the only sensible plan is to find a new planet to live on. Along with her teddies she builds a rocket and heads into space. When she gets there, Emma realizes there are lots of things she misses about Earth like trees, rivers and grandmas! After heading home, Emma thinks about all the ways she can help make the world cleaner and greener.
Praise for Emma on Mars
“This is a funny little story but it is also a great way to introduce different ways children and their families can help protect the Earth.”—Youth Services Book Review
Emma on Mars is suitable for children aged 3 – 6 years old who are interested in space and climate change.
|Preschool - Grade 3
|Maverick Arts Publishing Ltd
|Number of Pages
Author: Billy Dunne
Billy Dunne was born in London, raised in Scotland, and studied for his Physics PhD in Hamburg. He now lives in Reading, England, with his wife and child and isn't moving again anytime soon.
Illustrator: Vanessa Port
Vanessa Port lives in Cleveland, OH. She work mostly on children's illustration and greetings cards. She loves to draw cats and women that inspire her.
“The book is cute and so are the illustrations. The book teaches environmental awareness and shows children several things they and their parents can do to help.”—Kiss the Book, Jr.