Elmer in the Snow by David McKee Summary
"Elmer, the colorful patchwork elephant, reveals a sense of humor as he shows a herd of gray elephants that cold and warm are relative terms. When the others complain that they feel cold on a colder than usual day in the jungle, Elmer leads them on a journey up to snow-covered mountains where they cavort in the snow and ice. Hone again, they are now better able to appreciate their warm jungle home. This gentle story is sure to please children....Delightful."--School Library Journal.
The Big Snow by Berta Hader,Elmer Hader Summary
The woodland animals were all getting ready for the winter. Geese flew south, rabbits and deer grew thick warm coats, and the raccoons and chipmunks lay down for a long winter nap. Come Christmastime, the wise owls were the first to see the rainbow around the moon. It was a sure sign that the big snow was on its way.
Elmer by David McKee Summary
David McKee's first book about Elmer turned this adorable patchwork elephant into a nursery favourite. Deservedly a modern classic, with over two million copies sold worldwide, Elmer's subtle message, that it is ok to be different, resonates with children across the world. The Elmer book and CD pack features the classic story with a special edition cover and a story CD, perfect for sharing at bedtime or for livening up a car journey.
Elmer and Grandpa Eldo by David McKee Summary
Elmer is on his way to visit his Grandpa Eldo. He has great fun reminding Eldo of all the things they used to do together, but is Eldo quite as forgetful as Elmer thinks? He may be old, but he is an elephant, after all, and elephants never forget. Do they?
Elmer and Butterfly by David McKee Summary
One day, as Elmer is strolling through the jungle, he hears a cry for help. A butterfly has been trapped in a hole by a fallen branch. Elmer rushes to the rescue and frees her with ease. In return, she promises to help Elmer should he ever need it. But just how can a butterfly ever help an elephant?
Elmer and the Stranger by David McKee Summary
Is there a difference between a bounce and a jump? Kangaroo thinks there is, and he is very concerned he is going to look silly in the upcoming jumping competition, until Elmer helps him discover that the one will do just as well as the other.
Elmer and the Rainbow by David McKee Summary
Elmer and the other elephants are waiting for the storm to end so they can see the beautiful rainbow. But something dreadful has happened—the rainbow has lost its colors! Elmer decides to give his own colors to the rainbow. But what will happen to Elmer if he gives the rainbow his own colors? Will he lose them forever?
There's a Fly Guy in My Soup (Fly Guy #12) by Tedd Arnold Summary
At a fancy hotel dinner, Fly Guy gets into some trouble--and the restaurant's soup! When Buzz and his family have dinner in a fancy hotel's restaurant, Fly Guy isn't allowed in. After searching through the hotel's trash, Fly Guy smells a wonderful aroma coming from the restaurant's kitchen. Fly Guy causes some messy mayhem in the restaurant, and in the end, everyone needs a bath!
Elmer on Stilts by David McKee Summary
Elmer has another of his good ideas in this large format classic Elmer story. The hunters are coming and all the elephants are worried. Elmer, the patchwork elephant, comes up with a plan to outwit the hunters but things don't turn out quite as planned. "From the Non-traditional book edition."
Elmer and the Wind by David McKee Summary
Aided and abetted by his ventriloquist cousin Wilbur, Elnmer pretends to be blown away on the windiest day. They make fools of the other elephants, but when the laughter dies down Elmer reassures them that a heavy elephant is safe in the worst of gales. When he tries to prove it, much to his surprise, he really does get blown away! McKee's unpredictable storyline and familiar bright artwork make this another winner for Elmer fans ('of whom there are a growing number' -Books Etc Books Magazine.
Elmer and the Race by David McKee Summary
The young elephants want to have a race to prove who is fastest, so Elmer and Wilbur organize a course. With each racer decorated a different color, they set off around the course and discover things about themselves—Blue is first, Orange is second, White is kind, Pink and Violet are funny, and Yellow is a cheat. Luckily Yellow also learns he is very good at saying sorry, so each young elephant gets a medal from Elmer.