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Arthur and the Forgetful Elephant
Book by Maria Girón
* Ages: 3-7
* Grade Level: PS-2
* Length: 48 pages
* Publisher: Flyaway Books
* Pub. Date: March 2, 2021
* Language: English
"A tale of memory and kindness infused with warmth and a splash of color...Powerful, playful, emotional, and so worth a place on the bookshelf."--Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
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This heartwarming book teaches the power of bestowing kindness towards one another. Arthur discovers a weeping elephant and finds out that the elephant cannot remember his name or where he is from. Arthur's heart is touched and he reaches out to help the sad elephant however he can. Together they have success and luckily the forgetful pachyderm regains his memory. The threads of helping, memory loss, companionaship and ultimately friendship run throughout the story. It is a lovely tender tale that both the young and old will appreciate and enjoy. The illustrations are full of emotion and so well done. I love them. I highly, highly recommend this book.
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Meet the Author
Maria Girón spent her childhood immersed in art. Since studying fine arts and illustration in Seville and Barcelona, she has illustrated ten children's books. In 2010, the Bologna Children's Book Fair selected her work for a collective exhibition. She lives in Barcelona, Spain.
*Blog Link: www.babybookworms.blogspot.ca
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