Elmer

Elmer, the patchwork elephant, has been a favorite of children around the world for decades. Join Elmer and his friends as they have adventures and learn valuable lessons about helping others and embracing differences. Charmingly written and vividly illustrated by acclaimed children’s author David McKee, these picture books are sure to delight and entertain.

Cover: Elmer's Birthday
Cover: Elmer's Walk
Cover: Elmer and the Tune
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Elmer — eBook Set
Multi-user eBook $398.86, 19 titles
Elmer — Trade Hardcover Set
Trade Hardcover OS, 16 titles Temporarily out of stock
  • Available in limited formats
  • Soon! Spring 2021
  • New! Fall 2020
  • New! Spring 2020
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Elmer and Aunt Zelda
Elmer and Butterfly
Elmer and Grandpa Eldo
Elmer and Rose
Elmer and Snake
Elmer and Super El
Elmer and the Big Bird
Elmer and the Birthday Quake
Elmer and the Flood
Elmer and the Hippos
Elmer and the Monster
Elmer and the Race
Elmer and the Rainbow
Elmer and the Tune
Elmer and the Whales
Elmer's Birthday
Elmer's Christmas
Elmer's Special Day
Elmer's Walk
  • Available in limited formats
  • Soon! Spring 2021
  • New! Fall 2020
  • New! Spring 2020

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Elmer

Elmer, the patchwork elephant, has been a favorite of children around the world for decades. Join Elmer and his friends as they have adventures and learn valuable lessons about helping others and embracing differences. Charmingly written and vividly illustrated by acclaimed children’ View →