Elephants Do Not Belong in Trees
A savannah, yes. A jungle, sure. A TREE?! Most certainly not.
Elephants Do Not Belong in Trees. It’s not natural. It makes other animals uncomfortable. This is the story of Larry, an elephant who wanted to live in a tree. This is a story about being the new kid and being a little bit different (okay, A LOT different). A story about acceptance and making friends.
- Commended, BC Books for BC Schools 2021
“Young children will enjoy the author’s use of onomatopoeia throughout the book and the text which uses a variety of bolded and highlighted words for emphasis…A delightful book to read to children or for some young readers to read alone. ”- CM: Canadian Review of Materials
“This quirky, humorous story will delight young children and invite discussion on acceptance. ”- School Library Journal
“A giggle-inducing story about acceptance and turning the tables on expectations. ..Wry humor with a bouncy beat: a treat for storytimes. ”- Kirkus Reviews
“Step into the theater of the absurd!…The illustrations are bright and engaging — who can not laugh at a purple elephant sitting in a tree?”- Kiss the Book blog