It's Only Ink! The Elephant Walk
It's Only Ink!
The Elephant Walk
Having a dream big enough to hold an elephant, little Norah wakes before her and her new large friend can finish playing hide-n-seek.
Wanting to find him, Norah runs down stairs and asks her parents if they can go for an elephant walk to find the enormous hider. Her parents tell her that there are other things to do first before they can go on the elephant walk.
So, Norah runs to get dressed, brush her teeth, put her shoes on, brush her hair and begins to pack a backpack-her Elephant Finding Kit. This kit has a notepad, first-aid supplies, elephant whistle, and other things needed to locate those hide-n-seekers.
Now ready, Norah and her parents go on "The Elephant Walk" together. Norah used her binoculars as they strolled the neighborhood. She used her Elephant Identification Guide and kept the elephant treats at bay. The longer they walked around, the more discouraged she became.
Would she ever find the elephant? How could he possibly hide so well? Find out by getting this exciting book for your children.
The Elephant Walk by Joe Spooner
Published by Arnica Publishing, www.arnicapublishing.com
Jennifer LB Leese is a writer from Maryland who writes children's picture books, young adult novels, and paranormal fiction. Visit her online at: www.geocities.com/ladyjiraff