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Elmer’s adventures are an absolute must for reading at bedtime.
Plenty of the feel-good factor and a lot of laughs too but also each one always provides a message; in this one it’s the importance of relationships across generations.
Full of wit and fun this is sure to appeal to old and new fans of Elmer and all his friends in the jungle.
Elmer and Wilbur visit their aunt, Zelda. She may be getting old and deaf, but she is fun and has lots of interesting things to show the two young elephants. This funny book extols the virtues of cross-generational relationships.
|Publication date:||7th September 2006|
|Publisher:||Andersen Press Ltd|
|Suitable for:||3+ readers|
David McKee was born in Devon and studied at Plymouth Art College. In the early part of his career, McKee regularly drew and sold humorous drawings to magazines and newspapers such as The Times Educational Supplement, Punch and the Reader’s Digest. David McKee has written and illustrated over 50 picture books for Andersen Press and has penned a number of children’s classics including King Rollo, Mr Benn, Not Now Bernard and Elmer the Patchwork Elephant. David loves to paint and now lives in the South of France but regularly visits the UK. One of the ...More About David McKee