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Elmer and Snake

Elmer and Snake

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Elmer and Snake

évaluations:
3/5 (4 évaluations)
Longueur:
31 pages
3 minutes
Sortie:
Aug 1, 2014
ISBN:
9781467764537
Format:
Livre

Description

The elephants want to play a trick on Elmer but they can't think of one! So they ask wily old Snake to help them. Discover who tricks whom in this entertaining picture book about everyone's favorite patchwork elephant.

Sortie:
Aug 1, 2014
ISBN:
9781467764537
Format:
Livre

À propos de l'auteur

David McKee's books are published in numerous languages throughout the world. In 2020 David won the BookTrust’s Lifetime Achievement Award. He divides his time between London and the south of France.

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  • (3/5)
    Review:This was a very cute book about friendship. It teaches children about friends and playing with them, but also being nice at the same time. The book includes many different animals and colors in this book. The illustrations were very engaging too.Summary:The book starts out by a group of elephants wanting to play a trick on their friend Elmer. They go to ask their friend snake how they should prank him because they couldn't think of ideas themselves. Snake tell the elephants to tell Elmer to go lay under a tree and told them to tell Elmer he looks really pale. On their way back the elephants get all the other animals in the jungle to join in on the prank. Meanwhile snake went to go tell Elmer about their plan. Snake decides to help Elmer and trick the other elephants. When the elephants get back they ask Elmer if he is okay and that he should go lay down because he looks pale. Elmer agrees and walks away to go lay down. Snake was waiting there for him with a pile of white mud, and starts to cover Elmer with it. When the elephants go to check on him they find that he really is pale and they start to worry. Finally Elmer wakes up and all of the white mud falls off of him. All of the elephants laugh and play with each other after a long day of playing pranks with their friends.
  • (3/5)
    Another vibrantly illustrated, entertaining tale featuring the patchwork elephant and a trickster snake.
  • (3/5)
    It's a very good kids' book and it's relaxing and it's really a nice book to read. And it's very exciting when you're going to find out what happens next. And it's a nice story to read in the night, especially 'Elmer and Snake' by David McKee. It's a really good book and I really like it. Thank you David McKee.
  • (2/5)
    I only borrowed this because Oliver has an Elmer set of PJs. Didn't know who Elmer was, now I know he's an elephant with lots of colours. A very average book.
  • (3/5)
    Not sure what this book tries to teach: you want to trick someone, then you get tricked. Except if that other one you knows about you first then she gets tricked, too, but in a different way? Or perhaps you should beware what you say, just in case it gets real?A bit complicated book for me, kids weren't sure what it was all about either... maybe because I wasn't, except if they noticed that and tricked me? But was I tricking them in the first place?