Nanu and Otto are off on a climbing adventure - to the top of Lion Mountain! Otto is a born explorer, just like his grandma, who is brave and bold and can't resist the urge for adventure.
But Nanu is having a forgetting day. She forgets her backpack and the name of the mountain ... and then she forgets the way home and leads them deep into the forest.
Can Otto remember all the things Nanu taught him about being a great elephant explorer and guide the expedition home?
A tender story celebrating the importance of keeping memories alive by Corrinne Averiss, the acclaimed author of A DOT IN THE SNOW and THE BOY ON THE BENCH, with illustrations by Kristyna Litten, author and illustrator of CHICKENS CAN'T SEE IN THE DARK.
Publisher: Little Tiger Press Group
Number of pages: 96
Dimensions: 204 x 137 mm
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This is a beautiful story book for around 5 to 8 year olds to read with an adult and / or on their own.
Lovely story and the illustrations alone will ensure this is a favourite for years to come.
Certainly a treasure... More
“The story was super sweet and poignant”
Little Elephant Otto and his Grandmother Nanu were going on an adventure to ‘Lion Mountain’. The young elephant was all excited and Nanu explained that they must pack their backpack for the long journey and have a... More
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