Where is the True Ewe?, book review


Title: Where is the True Ewe?
by: Emma Mactaggart
illustrated by: Mary-Kate Khoo
Publisher: Boogie Books

The little green sheep has finally grown up and now she has a family of her own
In a bid to remind us to be fully present as parents, Where is the True Ewe is our collective memoir.

Where is the True Ewe? pays homage to ‘Where is the Green Sheep’ by Mem Fox.
It is a book of busy-ness, a book of motherhood, a book of being lost in the daily chaos that never seems to quieten until…

Author, Emma Mactaggart, has entwined into the story the different roles of motherhood, as well as the person before the hectic lifestyle with children, as well as dreams of what else could be, like an escapism from the stresses of raising children.

At the end of the rush of the story of this crazy, fast-paced life, comes that time of day every parent treasures … the peacefulness of reading a book to their child at bedtime, and the feeling that all is right with the world.

Teaming up with Emma is illustrator, Mary-Kate Khoo, who has captured the everyday stresses of parenthood to a T.

Where is the True Ewe? is a book every mother can relate to. Whether is it a book you read to your kids, or just keep it to yourself as a reminder of how normal you are, is your choice. Whatever you do, it’s a nice memoir of how busy motherhood is, and that day to day, you are a survivor!

Purchase a copy: http://www.boogiebooks.com.au/Store/where-is-the-true-ewe

Title: Where is the True Ewe?
by: Emma Mactaggart
illustrated by: Mary-Kate Khoo
Publisher: Bookgie Books
ISBN: 9781925255966
Category: parody
Pages: 32


Reviewed by Julieann Wallace
(Dip T, B. Ed, Author, Illustrator, Tea Ninja, Cadbury Chocolate Annihilator)

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