by Barbara Esham, Mike Gordon
Have you ever started to think about one thing and ended up thinking about something completely different? Emily does it all the time. For example, today her science class was learning about the Arctic Circle. Emily was following along, but then she suddenly became distracted by one of her adventurous ideas. Her teacher is worried that Emily isn't paying attention to the information in class. Will Emily find a way to —she just needs an outlet for her extra thoughts.
This sweet and humorous story is the perfect introduction to exploring creative outlets for wandering minds. Readers of all ages will enjoy the message that distracted thinking doesn't necessarily mean you're not paying attention.
|Publisher:||Little Pickle Press|
|Recommended Ages:||Ages 7 through 11|
|Grade Level:||Grades 2 through 6|