Elmer and Grandpa Eldo
From the Series Elmer
Elmer is on his way to visit his Grandpa Eldo. He has great fun reminding Eldo of all the things they used to do together, but is Eldo quite as forgetful as Elmer thinks? He may be old, but he is an elephant, after all, and elephants never forget. Do they?
|Preschool - Grade 3
|Andersen Press USA
|Andersen Press USA
|Number of Pages
Author, Illustrator: David McKee
David McKee was the creator of several famous characters including King Rollo, Mr. Benn, and Elmer the Patchwork Elephant. His books are published in numerous languages throughout the world. In 2020 David won the BookTrust’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
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“McKee’s illustrations are as colorful and carefree as his story line, though adult readers will pick up the more nuanced theme of an aging grandparent’s memory. Elmer fans will be delighted with this new offering.”—School Library Journal