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Elmer l'elefante variopinto C'era una volta un branco di elefanti, tutti dello stesso colore, tranne uno. Elmer è di tutti i colori, tranne che color elefante! Un giorno si sente stanco di essere diverso, ma...
David McKee Elmer, the patchwork elephant, has been a favorite of children around the world since the first book debuted in 1989. Elmer's Special Day is the latest book in this classic series. It's almost Elmer Day again for the elephants, and they are getting their colorful parade outfits ready. But in their excitement they are making an awful lot of noise and upsetting the other animals. So Elmer changes the rules and invites every single animal to join in the parade. And they have a surprise in store for Elmer . . .
David McKee 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?
David McKee Elmer and his cousin Wilbur decide to go to the coast to see the whales. But their journey becomes far more of an adventure than they expected when they find themselves lost at sea. Can the whales help them back to shore?
David McKee It's coming up to Elmer's Day, the day when all grey elephants paint themselves in bright colours. For Elmer, the patchwork elephant with the mischievous sense of fun, life seems far too quiet. So he thinks up a marvellous joke he can play on the other elephants in the night, when they're asleep...
David McKee Elmer, the patchwork elephant, has been a favorite of children around the world since the first book debuted in 1989.
In Elmer and the Hippos, the elephants are not happy. The hippos' river has dried up, and they have moved into the elephants' river. Some of the elephants don't like sharing. Elmer decides to investigate. He discovers the hippos' dry river could be fixed—but only if the hippos and the elephants drop their prejudices and work together.
David McKee & Gonzalo García Rodríguez Dos monstruos viven en caras opuestas de una montaña, y no se ponen de acuerdo en si el día comienza o la noche termina. Los monstruos se insultan el uno al otro y se lanzan rocas, hasta que hacen un descubrimiento sorprendente.
Two monsters live on opposite sides of a mountain, and they can't agree on whether day is beginning or night ending. The monsters insult each other and throw rocks until they make a surprising discovery.
David McKee The elephants want to play a trick on Elmer but they can't think of one! So they ask wily old Snake to help them. Discover who tricks whom in this entertaining picture book about everyone's favorite patchwork elephant.
David McKee Join Elmer, everyone's favourite patchwork elephant, and his jungle band for a noisy day! Poorly Wilbur has lost his voice, so to cheer him up Elmer decides to bring together all the jungle musicians to play in a band. Come with Elmer and Wilbur as they recruit each member of the band – from Lion with his huge roar to Frog with his little croak. Only when they are all gathered does Wilbur find out he's really important, even if he has lost his voice – his loud footsteps are the drum beat that will keep the whole band together.
David McKee & Gonzalo Garcia ¿Por qué las calles no están llenas de gente feliz? La triste historia de Verónica, una niña que tocaba el violín de forma extraordinaria, os revelará el misterio a esta pregunta.
Why aren't the streets full of happy people dancing? This sad story about Veronica, a girl who played the violin beautifully, will give you an answer to this question.
David McKee The young elephants want to prove who is the fastest, so Elmer and Wilbur organise a race. Each decorated a different colour, the racers set off around the course and discover things about themselves – Blue may be first and Orange second, but 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.
David McKee 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?