Emma Tate and the Magic Plate

Emma Tate hates eating anything nutritious. When her despairing mother buys her a pretty plate to encourage her to eat up her dinner, she is unimpressed - until the elf that lives inside the house on the plate begs her to eat the food blocking his doorway so that he can come out. When she does, she finds proper food is not so bad as she thought! A fun book to encourage healthy eating in kids. More

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About Rosita Bird

I married with two children and grandchildren. After working at a Solicitors 7 years and becoming a mother I also became a childminder for 15 years and also worked as a parent guardian for a private boarding school. After that I also worked in a nursery school and became an accommodation provider for fostered teenagers. I have had lots of experience with children and some health issues over a number of years. I combined both these experiences into writing books to educate young children into healthy eating. I have covered topics such as mental health with Mummy Still Loves Me and autism too with Jake is Different. All my books are published with Crimson Cloak Publishers USA. I am also writing an A - Z animal series.

About the Series: The Adventures of Emma Tate
Emma Tate and the Magic Plate is the first in this clever educational series by Rosita Bird, beautifully illustrated by Lynn Costelloe https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/lynncostelloe. Boris the elf, who lives in the cottage on Emma's plate, becomes a constant companion who saves the day on more than one occasion!

Also in Series: The Adventures of Emma Tate

About the Series: Crimson Cloak Educational
This series groups together books with an educational aspect for children. Some are designed with engaged parents, home-schoolers or professionals in mind, others present important social or moral considerations in an entertaining way, introducing children gently to best behavioural and learning practices. All expand the mind, introducing children to a world of possibilities in a fun way.

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