Elmer: 30th Anniversary Edition: 1 (Elmer Picture Books)

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Elmer: 30th Anniversary Edition: 1 (Elmer Picture Books)

Elmer: 30th Anniversary Edition: 1 (Elmer Picture Books)

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So, sadly, he crept away, determined to somehow cover himself with grey, so that he would blend in with the others. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. This book is suitable for children from a very early age, however would be suitable for children in an educational setting from the age of 3 years due to the colourful illustrations. When she leaves, Elmer realises he can't get the tune out of his head either – and as he crosses the jungle he can see the infectious tune spreading to every animal Rose has met! But he gets a bit self-conscious about the fact that he looks different, so he disguises himself by rubbing himself witih elephant-coloured berries.

Elmer is a very likeable character with a huge sense of fun that children would definitely be able to relate to.

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The pictures at the end of the book, of the elephants celebrating ‘Elmer Day’ are a wonderful riot of colour and pleasure. The underlying message of this story is that difference is what makes you who you are and these differences need to be celebrated. One of the most iconic children’s characters, David McKee’s Elmer helps preschoolers celebrate their uniqueness. Llegado ese día todos los elefantes se pintan de colores y salen a festejar siendo Elmer el único de color elefante.

I fell in love with it from the first picture - all the grey elephants standing together with a rich green background. This heavyweight etching paper has a fine surface texture and is one of the most popular media worldwide for higher quality artwork printing. The grey elephants all love him, but he soon starts to wonder what it would be like to be just the same as them. Elmer the Patchwork Elephant” by David McKee was originally published in 1968, and has been in print ever since. Its message of celebrating diversity and uniqueness is just as topical today as it was when celebrated author David McKee first created Elmer .

The book beautifully teaches the difference between people and how being unique is not such a bad thing. The primal focus of the story is on ‘Elmer ‘who is an elephant that does not resemble the other elephants in his herd.It's a great one for children who are scared of the dark, and it's perfect for bedtime and settling down for the night.

This charming, funny picture book shows the boy realising that everything is OK – and thinking of all the advantages of this new point of view. This World Book Day, come on a brand new adventure with Elmer the patchwork elephant and discover the joy of telling, sharing, and making up stories!Todos los elefantes se empiezan a revolcar de la risa y a festejarle el chiste a Elmer, quedando de allí en mas ese día marcado como el día de Elmer.



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