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Poor Little Elephant is hearing voices in his head. A visit to hospital soon reveals that something has got trapped there. Will the doctors be able to get it out? Soon there is a double emergency. Can the doctors save the beetle and clear Little Elephant of the noises in his head. A fun first read that no 5+ year old, who is just beginning to want more words on the page than a picture book offers, should miss. It’s been a while since something as good as this has been published for 5-7 year olds. To view other titles in the Urgency Emergency series click here.
When Doctor Glenda realises that the elephant is not the only one hearing things, she sets out to save a trapped beetle from a terrible fate.
|Publication date:||3rd August 2009|
|Publisher:||Bloomsbury Publishing Plc|
|Suitable for:||5+ readers|
Dosh Archer’s madcap humour and love of strong, plot-based stories are perfect for creating books for newly independent readers. Dosh lives in Whitstable, Kent. She is the author of the Urgency Emergency series. Author photo © Mark SedgeMore About Dosh Archer