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Reviewed by Kimberly D Braxton for Readers' Favorite
All of us can remember that one special toy, no matter how young or old we are. Ellie Elephant was Janiece’s special toy. What will happen if Janiece finds out that Ellie Elephant is missing? Readers go on a journey with Ellie Elephant as she tries to find her way back to her owner, Janiece, before she notices that Ellie Elephant is missing. Ellie Elephant meets many interesting friends along the way who do their best to assist her with getting back home. This story includes action, adventure, problem-solving and social emotional intelligence.
I truly enjoyed reading The Underground Toy Society Helps Ellie Elephant by Jessica D. Adams, which is the sequel to The Underground Toy Society. I loved that Jessica D. Adams involved her children in creating this book. Her daughters illustrated the book and this could be an inspiration to other children who read this story. I became curious to see how this secret society began after reading The Underground Toy Society Helps Ellie Elephant and now I want to read the first story, The Underground Toy Society, to find out. The purpose of The Underground Toy Society Helps Ellie Elephant is two-fold in a dual lesson of coping with getting lost and figuring out what to do about it. This book is the perfect addition to home or classroom libraries. This delightful story opens the door for other topics to explore such as “Stranger danger,” along with camping.