What Do Elephants Do?

by Hazel Lincoln


Esme the baby elephant is taking her first wobbly steps when her trunk trips her up. What is this strange thing for? Esme watches other African animals around her as they drink, keep cool, cross the river, wallow in mud, move through the tall grass and eat juicy leaves. She wonders, if that's how they do it, what do elephants do? Little by little, Esme learns what a useful thing a trunk is. Stunning watercolour illustrations show off the African landscape to its full effect in this charming picture book from the illustrator of Little Snow Bear.


Age Range: From 3 to 6 years

ISBN: 9780863155505
Publisher: Floris Books
Format: Paperback

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