Check out the book, The Elephant of Frimley, by Nicholas Rawls, as reviewed on The Writing Garnet blog.
Two sisters and an elephant embark on an exciting adventure in this charming illustrated children’s book.
After the discovery of an elephant in their back garden, sisters Hannah and Emily make it their adventurous mission to return it back home.
Originally written as a bedtime story for his two daughters, and beautifully illustrated by Louise Jewell, The Elephant of Frimley is a delightful and fun read that parents, primary school teachers and extended families will enjoy sharing with young children.
What does TWG think?
As soon as my three-year old daughter saw the front cover, she asked me a question; ‘Mumma, was is the elephant sad? Its eyes are dripping near the baby bit of her eye, why she crying?’.
Before I was able to answer her questions, I flicked through the book myself and tried to see if the story gave me any clue. Personally, it didn’t. The illustrations were…
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