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Your Ema Loves You
By Eloise Lovelace
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Chapter OneI am your Ema, your Grandma.
I love to be with you — to play, explore, talk, give you cuddles or just be silly.
My speech might sound funny and you have to figure out what I say.
I might eat slowly. You can play while I finish.
My fingers might not want to work right. Then you can show me how you tie a string or paint a picture.
I might have a hard time holding something. Then you can show me how strong you are.
I might get tired on our walks and tell you my legs have turned to rubber. Then you have to wait for me.
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