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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Meet Emilie, the little elephant in the story Emilie The Little Elephant by Isabel Scheck. Emilie loved hugging her mummy and liked picking flowers. She was happy when she blew bubbles and she enjoyed the time when she played in the water. Her friend's name was Nellie and she loved playing with her. Emilie laughed a lot and she liked to jump. She liked the smell of flowers and she enjoyed playing with her teddy bear. She thought cupcakes were yummy and loved playing in the rain. Emilie had a little sister, Tina, and she enjoyed playing with her. Emilie also liked to give presents to her family. There were many other things Emilie liked to do. Shall we read the book together and find out what Emilie enjoyed doing?
This story is adorable and introduces children to a lot of things in a delightful and charming way. Emilie's adventures will bring a smile to the faces of young readers. The author's words and illustrations make the book informative and educational to children as they learn about the things that can be done to make their days happy and enjoyable through Emilie's story. The illustrations breathe life into the story and children will be able to connect with Emilie's character. The story will also help them understand there is joy and happiness in doing small things for others and enjoying the simple things in their lives. Books like this are excellent for children to learn good concepts and behavior in an interesting way and should be introduced to them at home and in school.