I received a copy of this ebook in exchange for an honest review.

You’re Different Jemima is a children’s book written by Jedidah Morley and illustrated by Karen Erasmus. It is the story of a girl named Jemima who likes to go against the rest of the class. She sings out louder than everyone else, she uses different colours to colour in her pictures, and she likes to dance. However, she is regarded by her teacher and the rest of her class as ‘different’, and her teacher tells her to be like everyone else. Will her new teacher, Mrs Chuckles, teach Jemima to accept who she is?

I liked this book. It was bright and colourful. The story is engaging enough to keep a young child’s attention. Every time Jemima’s name appeared in the book, it was written in bright colourful letters, so it stood out. It has a strong moral lesson to be yourself, and to not let anyone tell you otherwise.

I rate this book 5/5 stars!


3 thoughts on “Book Review: “You’re Different Jemima” by Jedidah Morley

  1. It sounds like a lovely book that would be great to encourage children to be them selves 🙂 uniqness is unique we all have it in different ways 🙂 love 🙂


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