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Elmer l'elefante variopinto C'era una volta un branco di elefanti, tutti dello stesso colore, tranne uno. Elmer è di tutti i colori, tranne che color elefante! Un giorno si sente stanco di essere diverso, ma...
David McKee Elmer, the patchwork elephant, has been a favorite of children around the world since the first book debuted in 1989. Elmer's Special Day is the latest book in this classic series. It's almost Elmer Day again for the elephants, and they are getting their colorful parade outfits ready. But in their excitement they are making an awful lot of noise and upsetting the other animals. So Elmer changes the rules and invites every single animal to join in the parade. And they have a surprise in store for Elmer . . .
David McKee Elmer and the other elephants are waiting for the storm to end so they can see the beautiful rainbow. But something dreadful has happened—the rainbow has lost its colors! Elmer decides to give his own colors to the rainbow. But what will happen to Elmer if he gives the rainbow his own colors? Will he lose them forever?
David McKee Elmer, the patchwork elephant, has been a favorite of children around the world since the first book debuted in 1989. Join Elmer and his friend Rose in a new story about what it really means to be unique. Grandpa Eldo asks Elmer and his cousin Wilbur to help a young elephant find her way back to her herd—and they get a shock when they see she is pink! No wonder she is called Rose. As they help Rose find her herd, Elmer and Wilbur learn a valuable lesson about being different and fitting in.
David McKee It's coming up to Elmer's Day, the day when all grey elephants paint themselves in bright colours. For Elmer, the patchwork elephant with the mischievous sense of fun, life seems far too quiet. So he thinks up a marvellous joke he can play on the other elephants in the night, when they're asleep...
David McKee Rose and the pink elephants are celebrating Old's one-hundredth birthday. The celebrations take an unexpected turn when Old becomes stranded on a dangerous cliff top. Rose rushes to get help. It sounds like a job for Super El!
David McKee At the first hint of a chill in the air, Elmer's friends start complaining about the cold, so Elmer decides to show them what cold weather is really like. They set off for a walk up a mountain, and the higher they get, the colder it gets. A good snowball fight at the top warms them all up, but the elephants agree that compared with the freezing mountain top, their home is not really that cold at all. With his typical sense of mischief and fun, Elmer shows how hot and cold are only relative.
David McKee Elmer, the patchwork elephant, has been a favorite of children around the world since the first book debuted in 1989.
In Elmer and the Hippos, the elephants are not happy. The hippos' river has dried up, and they have moved into the elephants' river. Some of the elephants don't like sharing. Elmer decides to investigate. He discovers the hippos' dry river could be fixed—but only if the hippos and the elephants drop their prejudices and work together.
David McKee The young elephants want to prove who is the fastest, so Elmer and Wilbur organise a race. Each decorated a different colour, the racers set off around the course and discover things about themselves – Blue may be first and Orange second, but White is kind, Pink and Violet are funny and Yellow is a cheat. Luckily Yellow also learns he is very good at saying sorry, so each young elephant gets a medal from Elmer.
David McKee 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?
David McKee & Gonzalo García Rodríguez Había una vez un pájaro que no tenía nombre. Todos los demás animales tenían nombres, y se reían de él. Eso le hacía sentirse muy infeliz. Así que se marchó a buscar fortuna, ¡y quizá encontraría un nombre!
There was once a bird who didn't have a name. All the other animals had names, and they laughed at him. This made him very unhappy. So he went to seek his fortune, and perhaps find a name!
David McKee Rain or no rain, Elmer is going for a walk. After being cooped up in a cave with his herd, he longs for a bit of fresh air and some peace and quiet. But peace and quiet is going to have to wait – when Elmer goes outside, he discovers the rain has caused a flood. Can brave Elmer work out a way to save a stranded young elephant?