Emma and her grandmother, Popo, are best friends. Back in Popo’s day, children played with whatever they could find around them, such as seeds, flowers and leaves of plants. As Popo relives the old ways of play, new worlds are opened for Emma and love is passed on from generation to generation.
“I never want to play with you again!”
Little brother Eli can be trouble, as Emma finds out while building sandcastles at the beach with their grandmother Popo. Under the shade of the casuarina tree, Eil learns to share while Emma realizes forgiveness is a better way.