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  1. J. Harmens says:

    Petr Horacek’s My Elephant, speaks to children with the way he weaves thoughts and dreams into reality. In this story, a boy’s imagination runs wild when Grandpa and Grandma are too busy to play with him. So he plays with his imaginary elephant, and gets into all sorts of problems. Who messed up Grandpa’s flowers? Elephant! Who messed up the hallway? You guessed it – Elephant! The little boy decides it is time for him to go into his room for quiet time. To his amazement, he wakes up the next morning in his bed.
    The simple, yet brightly colored and fanciful illustrations keep youngsters laughing out loud. Horacek’s portrayal of Elephant as a troublemaker in this story speaks to the inner mischief maker in all of us! An adorable story for young children with wild imaginations.

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