“George and the problem of food” is Rosemary’s second children’s book in a series called the Little Epiphanies Series.
In each book she attempts to alert young readers to a current issue so that they may have an epiphany about the way in which they live.
As a result of their epiphany they might find an opportunity to reflect and improve the way they live on our wonderful planet.
About the book:
George is alerted to the fact that people all over the world have different relationships with food. Some use it to stay alive and can’t find enough. Some have too much and waste it. She calls for help from her friends using Facebook to make some changes.
Rosemary Pattison’s stories draw on her extensive experience as an educator to both children and adults over 30 years. Her diverse background comprises pre-school, primary, secondary (maths and music) and TAFE. In her 19 years in the TAFE Sector her experience includes IT and business with much time spent working in industry. She currently works in learning and development and workplace English language and literacy (WELL). Born in Camberwell Melbourne, she is the daughter of a well known Australian scientist and her mother was a music and art teacher, Though she would describe herself as having a privileged life, some experiences have contributed to her own little epiphanies. As a single mother, Rosemary’s approach to parenthood was to foster resilience and instill a social conscience in her two daughters by raising the questions to lead them to their own little epiphanies. Rosemary’s credentials include Bachelor of Education Arts (Melbourne State College), Graduate Diploma in Comp