Through the elephant's door / H©♭l©·ne de Blois ; [illustrated by] France Corimer ; tranlated from French by Sophie B. Watson.
- 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.
0 current holds with 1 total copy.
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- ISBN: 9781459821934
- ISBN: 1459821939
- Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 22 cm.
- Publisher: British Columbia : ORCA Book Publishers, 2019.
- Copyright: 2019.
Lexile : 490.
Guided reading level : O.
Originally published in France in 2017 as Par la porte des ©♭l©♭phants by Les ©♭ditions la courte ©♭chelle.
It's a rainy day so the boy and his elephant, ©mile, decide the perfect way to pass their time is with a trip to the museum. Their problems start before they even walk through the doors. First, what door does an elephant fit through? And second, why does the grumpy guard assume they are going to cause problems? It seems like as soon as they start to enjoy an exhibit, he's right there yelling at them not to touch anything. Like they would ever do that! Then, in a flash everything changes and suddenly ©mile and the boy find themselves in a very precarious situation. Will the guard be right about these two after all?
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