Gollywood, Here I Come! tells the tale of a little turkey with big dreams.
What began as Gobbleville blossomed into a children's book featuring one of the kids. There are zany characters in Gobbleville and among them is Anamazie, who dreams of being an actress in Gollywood.
Anamazie encounters setbacks along the way to Gollywood. She is tempted to give up on her dream. Instead, she finds the strength to push on and go after what she wants most in life.
This story teaches young children that they can do the same, regardless of the profession they seek. It's a children's book with the message of hope and perseverance and will serve children well, in any situation.
The turkeys who inhabit Gobbleville are skeptical of Anamazie and her desire to make it big in Gollywood. To them, Gollywood is a city where birds don't look out for each other like they do in Gobbleville.
Eventually, the community understands that Anamazie is the same girl she always was and just because her goals are not what they're used to, she deserves to make her own dream come true.
Our storybook is popular with young grade-schoolers because they care about the characters and can identify with them.
Anamazie is the underdog who ends up succeeding because she doesn’t give up. It’s a short story, so her whole life isn't displayed in the book. But in general, she is down-to-earth and real. There are qualities instilled in her that come from the love of a supportive family.
When Anamazie becomes a movie star, she doesn't get a big head. She goes back to her school to encourage her classmates to go after their dreams. They all have different interests but she inspires them to commit and give it their all.