A raucous, wonderfully silly picture book with a serious environmental message, Elephant in My Kitchen sees lots of jungle animals in desperate need of rehoming. Perfect reading for all ecologically aware youngsters, Halls and Okstad’s charming work is a verbal and visual treat.
A funny, silly and hugely topical picture book that is perfect for inspiring the next Greta Thunberg or David Attenborough.
This accessible call to action helps raise awareness about the world's climate crisis and is perfect for introducing little ones aged 3+ to the issues affecting our planet.
What if . . . There was an elephant in your kitchen, A tiger on your loo, A gorilla in your bedroom, Whatever would you do? When wild animals move into Rafi's house, he needs to figure out a BIG PLAN to get them back to their own homes. This is a positive, empowering and fun picture book about taking care of the planet.
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 200 g
Dimensions: 275 x 245 x 4 mm
Smriti Halls and Ella Okstad offer a cheeky rhyming romp ... in this blithe, engaging introduction to ideas of conservation for the very young', The Guardian
'Witty, rhyming text dances across each page, making this a perfect book to read aloud. The accompanying illustrations are colourful, lively and full of humour. The important environmental message is delivered in an accessible manner, and children are sure to delight in the cheeky animal antics.', BookTrust
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