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Thursday, May 15, 2014
Interview for Emily Rose's Day at the Farm by Simone Da Costa
Emily-Rose is always excited to visit her Grammy on the farm. She always looks forward to these visits because she loves spending time with her Grandmother, and she also enjoys watching her Grandmother feed the farm animals in high hopes to one day (soon) have the responsibility of feeding them on her own.
Whenever Emily-Rose would ask her Grammy to feed the animals her Grandmother would always tell her that the animals are very ‘rambunctious’ a word that is very new to Emily-Rose who mistook the word to mean having fun instead of it’s true meaning (difficult to handle).
It is not until Emily-Rose feeds a few of the farm animals (Chickens, Pigs, Ducks etc.) that she learns the meaning of ‘rambunctious’ and she comes to the realization that feeding the animals is not as fun as she thinks it is. In the end, Emily-Rose learns a dear lesson.
Perfect Paperback: 36 pages
Publisher: Da Costa s Empire Publishing Novelty Publishing; 1st edition (March 8, 2014)