In this third installment of the �Diary of a Crayon� Book Series, Sally�s little sister Emma is being bullied by the kids at school because she colors outside the lines. Green is having a similar problem with his brother Blue. Blue says that Green is not an important color and he teases him about his glasses. With hard work and renewed confi dence, Emma and Green prove to everyone that being different is not a bad thing at all. We should celebrate our differences.
I am a Canadian-born mother of two beautiful children, Abbey and Brad. I am a Board Certified Obstetrician Gynecologist in practice for over 14 years. As my children have grown up, I have taken an active role in their education. The idea for the book series all began one day after my 10 year old daughter Abbey came home from school and announced that she had to write a story. She decided that it would be the �Diary of a Crayon�. My immediate reaction was that this was going to be a very long night. Rather, it proved to a be truly magical, memorable evening working with Abbey and watching her excitement grow as that very first story of �Red Crayon� and his struggles with identity came to life. We have continued to have lots of fun creating other books in the series about theadventures of the Crayon family. - Stephanie Ash M.D.
I am a 10 year old girl from Michigan, enjoying fifth grade at Hughes Elementary. I have two turtles, a dog named Teddy, and two fish. I love to read, write poems and stories, dance and tease my older brother Brad.- Abbey Lauren Ash Behan