Monday, March 16, 2020

The Sand Elephant by Rinna Hermann, Sanne Dufft (Illustrated by)

Paul has no one to play with.  He plays in the sand and draws an elephant.  He takes a nap against his trunk...

Floris Books and Edelweiss allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published May 5th.

The elephant starts to talk to him and puts him on his back.  Then he says certain words and he finds himself transported to a castle filled with sand animals and children.  What fun!

They all play together and have a great time.  Then it rains and everything is gone but the children.  One little girl says the magic words and the animals reappear.  The elephant tells them they are always there but they might come back different.

He plays a bit more and then lays down to rest.  This boy has an active imagination!

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