Small girl. Big voice. The rest is history.
Not even Esme's very LOUDEST voice can help training Seb, a sabre-toothed cub. He seems to have no intention of becoming anyone's pet-maybe they should try and be friends instead?When a sabre-toothed cub strolls into Esme's Stone Age village, she enthusiastically adopts it as her own, and names him Seb. But when Esme tries to train Seb as her pet, he won't listen-even when she uses her very loudest voice. When it becomes clear that Seb doesn't want to be anyone's pet, Morris the mammoth wonders-could they all be friends, instead?
Praise for Esme's Rock: Philip packs his warm-hearted, inspirational story with comical parallels to our familiar, contemporary world whilst encouraging ideas of shared endeavour, community spirit and the rewards of inclusion. Add on Brol's lively and endearing illustrations and you have a story that will speak volumes to readers of every age. * Lancashire Post *
Dimensions: 245mm x 245mm x 11mm