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PublisherAndersen Press Ltd
Suitable for AgesFeatured Books for 3+ readers
Publication date3rd September 2009
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Elmer and the Wind
Part of the 'Elmer' Series
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Julia Eccleshare's comment:
Everybody’s favourite elephant Elmer is back for another hilarious adventure. This time he boasts that elephants can never be blown away but all too soon he is dramatically proved completely wrong! How Elmer survives his adventure and shares it with his friends is a wonderful new story about a very special patchwork elephant. Do you have all the Elmer titles. Why not check right here?Who is Julia Eccleshare ?
SynopsisElmer and the Wind by David Mckee
Aided and abetted by his ventriloquist cousin Wilbur, Elmer pretends to be blown away on the windiest day. They make fools of the other elephants, but when the laughter dies down, Elmer reassures them that a heavy elephant is safe in the worst of gales. When he tries to prove it, much to his surprise, he really does get blown away!
ReviewsA delightful book for small children, featuring a much-loved character and with the usual excellent, colourful illustrations we have come to expect from the Elmer books. School Librarian Bright and very funny pictures enhance beautifully judged writing: children and adults greeted this book with delight. Child Education Elmer is up to his tricks again in this hilarious tale. T.E.S. McKee's unpredictable storyline and familiar bright artwork make this another winner for Elmer fans.
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About The Author
One of the World Book Day 2015 Authors David McKee is one of the best known illustrators of picture books,having created acknowledged modern classics such as Not Now, Bernard, Elmer the Patchwork Elephant, and Mr Benn, Gladiator. His books are published in many languages throughout the world, and many of them have been adapted for television. He was born in Devon and now
divides his time between the South of France and London.
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