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The Child's Elephant (Paperback)
  • The Child's Elephant (Paperback)

The Child's Elephant (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 03/04/2014
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"I cannot trumpet this book loudly enough. Scary, funny, romantic, heartwarming; an elephant book you won't forget." (Michael Morpurgo). When a baby elephant is abandoned on the African savannah, a young boy named Bat takes her back to his village and cares for her. But Bat's grandmother explains that Meya cannot stay with them for ever - the call of the wild will always be sounding in her soul. Then frightening rumours arrive at the village; rumours of kidnapping, suffering and war. Bat and his friend Muka are snatched, and catapulted into a new life of unimaginable terror. Will the bond between Bat and Meya strong enough to save them? This is a thrilling, heartbreaking and beautiful novel from an exciting new voice in children's books, Rachel Campbell-Johnston.

Publisher: Random House Children's Publishers UK
ISBN: 9780552571142

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