You know what you can do when you are an only child? Anything you want! Well, within reason. Unfortunately for the precocious Emma, a family friend has decided to drop off their four-year-old boy, Anthony, for a few days, and she finds her life is in for a big change. Performed by the bouncy and warm Emily Cook, Only Emma is the fun and touching story of a young girl who must learn to adapt when faced with new circumstances, and along the way learns change isn’t always so bad.
Eight-year-old Emma McGraw is an only child who lives with her mom in their "cozy" condo. When four-year-old Anthony Scarpetto moves in for a week while his parents are away, Emma is not happy. He's loud, he smells, and he touches her stuff. And that's only half of it! Emma has started at a new school, and has finally begun to make friends. But how can she invite anyone over when annoying Anthony is there? Emma is in for a surprise, though. As the week goes by, she starts to realize that having a "little brother" may not be as bad as she thought.