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The Elephant's Child: From the Just So Stories

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4 out of 5
Based on 9,823 Ratings and 1,706 Reviews

Book Description
This is a version of one of the best-loved Just So Stories. First published in 1902, this unique and hilarious tale tells the story of the 'satiable Elephant's Child who, because of his satiable curtiosity, asked too many questions which always brought him too many spankings. A wonderfully imagined tale exquisitely illustrated by Jan Mogensen, this book will delight children-- and their parents--t... More
Book Information
PublisherSpotlight Publications
BindingLibrary Binding (49 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages32
ISBN-101596793430
ISBN-13978-1596793439
Publication Date01/01/2006
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About Rudyard Kipling (Author) : Rudyard Kipling is a published author, editor, illustrator, and a series editor. Some of the published credits of Rudyard Kipling include Just So Stories, Soldiers Three, Kim (Everyman's Library (Pape... more
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About Tim Raglin (Illustrator) : Tim Raglin was born and raised in Independence, Kansas, where he lives today. Starting at age eight, he received private art instruction and quickly developed a fascination for illustrative art that c... more
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