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Elmer: A Classic Collection: Elmer's best-loved tales

David McKee



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Anderson Press
01 September 2019
Children's & Educational; Picture storybooks; Animal stories (Children's&YA)
A collection of five of Elmer's best-loved tales, bound together in a beautiful hardback with a stunning gold and green foiled cover. The perfect gift for fans of Elmer and his colourful adventures, and an ideal introduction for the very youngest readers.

This treasury contains: Elmer Elmer and the Rainbow Elmer and the Lost Teddy Elmer in the Snow Elmer's Special Day
By:   David McKee
Imprint:   Anderson Press
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 282mm,  Width: 248mm,  Spine: 14mm
Weight:   875g
ISBN:   9781783448678
ISBN 10:   1783448679
Pages:   152
Publication Date:   01 September 2019
Recommended Age:   From 3 to 7 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

David is the creator of several well-known characters including King Rollo and Mr Benn. His most famous creation is Elmer the Patchwork Elephant which is now published in more than 50 languages and has its own successful global merchandise programme. David McKee was born in Devon and went to Plymouth Art College, where he had a traditional training. On leaving college he drew regularly for, among others, Punch, Reader's Digest, and The Times Educational Supplement. His drawings were influenced especially by Saul Steinberg and Andre Francois. David's first picture book was one of the stories he had told at college, Two Can Toucan, first published in 1964. David has written and illustrated over 50 picture books for Andersen Press including 27 original Elmer stories. David lives in Arles, France.

Reviews for Elmer: A Classic Collection: Elmer's best-loved tales

Full of humour and kindness, each story shows how difference can be celebrated by elephants - and by all of us! * LoveReading4Kids *

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