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I've Got an Elephant

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  • Posted April 15, 2013

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    Silly and Fun Elephants!

    This funny book is about a little girl and her naughty elephant friend who keeps asking more and more elephant friends to come over and play. The story rhymes, there is counting, and the pictures are really really funny. As I turn the page the pictures get funnier and funnier until I giggle out loud.

    I think other kids will enjoy this book because it has great illustrations and is really silly. The pictures help explain the story, are fun and colorful. Other kids will enjoy the book because the words rhyme, the illustrations are really good, and the story keeps getting sillier with more elephants. This is a good book. Other kids should be aware that the story tricks you into counting elephants.

    The very end of the book is my favorite part because the elephants got to go back to their home at the zoo and be with their friends - the kangaroos and crocodiles. And then the little girl got to meet new monkey friends, which looked like fun too.

    The book is special because the little girl gets to do things with the elephants and then when she goes on her own, the elephants are sneaky and invite another friend to join in the fun.

    I rate this book a 4. I liked it, but it tricks you into counting.

    Charlotte P., age 4, Denver Mensa

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