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ISBN:1841480533
Author: Caroline Mockford,Catherine Chambers
ISBN13: 978-1841480534
Title: The Elephants' Ears (A Barefoot Paperback)
Format: lrf mbr lit mbr
ePUB size: 1745 kb
FB2 size: 1365 kb
DJVU size: 1974 kb
Language: English
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Barefoot Books (December 2000)
Pages: 32

The Elephants' Ears (A Barefoot Paperback) by Caroline Mockford,Catherine Chambers



This book touches the children on so many levels. Not only are kids taught that we can be different and still be loved, but we can also be important for our differences. The kids may wind up learning a bit about how to tell the difference between Indian and African elephants, too, if they're not careful! An exceptional book for every child's shelf.

Catherine Chambers (Author), Caroline Mockford (Illustrator). Catherine Chambers was born in Australia, spent her childhood in England and has also lived in Nigeria and Portugal. She draws her inspiration from her sons, her husband's photographs and her travels. Barefoot Books does it again. As well as being a charming and engaging story, it's great for teaching about physical, cultural (and other kinds of) difference.

Chambers, Catherine, 1954-. Publication, Distribution, et. Cambridge, MA. Barefoot Books, (c)2006. Projected Publication Date: 0609. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book The elephant's ears, Catherine Chambers ; Caroline Mockford.

Catherine Chambers, Caroline Mockford (Illustrator). The Elephants' Ears is a touching contemporary fable of how the African and Indian elephants find their homelands. This story also shows siblings that there is no reason to be jealous of one another. Published September 1st 2004 by Barefoot Books (first published 2000). 1841482498 (ISBN13: 9781841482491). The elephants’ ears is a wonderful book about a mama elephant that doesn’t know where her baby elephants should go so she asked an eagle and he finds two different spots for them to go one in Africa and one in India. The theme of the book is even though you are different there is somewhere for you to go because at the beginning they were so different then they both went to two different places where they fit in.

Catherine Chambers, Caroline Mockford. Like the elephants, children each have their own unique personalities, and each has an equal place in the world.

Published Works by Catherine Chambers. Sort by: Bestselling Date Published Title. Ages: Children & YA Baby - Prek Ages 4-8 Ages 9-12 Young Adult All Ages Adult. Results 1 - 25 of 105 per page: 10 25 50 100.

The Elephants' Ears (A Barefoot Paperback). ISBN 9781841480534 (978-1-84148-053-4) Softcover, Barefoot Books, 2000. Find signed collectible books: 'The Elephants' Ears (A Barefoot Paperback)'. Heatwave (Wild Weather). ISBN 9781403495785 (978-1-4034-9578-5) Heinemann, 2007. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates.

Written by Catherine Chambers and Illustrated by Caroline Mockford. This contemporary fable of how the African and Indian elephant first found their homelands also shows children that it is important to be loved and cherished for one’s own unique characteristics. This activity guide supports books on friendship for PK-2.

Contact a Barefoot Ambassador to learn more. 20. Barefoot Books Autumn, Winter 2016 – 2017. Little Elephant Puppet The Elephants’ Ears. Produced by Folkmanis. Written by Catherine Chambers Illustrated by Caroline Mockford.

by Catherine Chambers. Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing, LLC. ISBN: 076964256X. by Catherine Chambers. Publisher: Barefoot Books, Incorporated.

Palo and Mala are two little elephants, very different in appearance and character. Their mother worries about how they will find happiness. This touching fable of how the African and Indian elephants find their homelands also shows siblings that there is no reason to be jealous of one another.
Reviews: 3
Qucid
Excellent book! Illustrations are perfect for the story and my kids love to listen to the story over and over again! I have given this book as a gift many times and each time received positive comments back.
Anararius
It's difficult to pin down what brings forth the magic of this magnificent book - the poetry in the simple, unpretentious prose, or in the sympathetic, perfectly accomodating illustrations. This is the first book I've read by Ms. Chambers, and I will scour the shelves for her other works. My kids loved this book, and I fell in love with it as well.
The story is about Palo and Mala, a pair of twin elephants who couldn't be more different. Palo is gentle, almost timid, and loving. Mala is wild, carefree, and energetic. The twins' mother is concerned that she won't be able to find a life suitable for the two of them. By book's end, we find that it is acceptable to embrace our differences, rather than attempt to stifle them. The elephant twins are to be given their own, very different settings for their very different lives, and the reader soon learns that all elephants will be the recipients of their good fortune.
This book touches the children on so many levels. Not only are kids taught that we can be different and still be loved, but we can also be important for our differences. The kids may wind up learning a bit about how to tell the difference between Indian and African elephants, too, if they're not careful!
An exceptional book for every child's shelf.
Doukasa
The illustrations are colorful and the story is touching. All mothers can relate to the worry of the mother elephant because her children are so different, just as human children in one's family are different. The two little elephants are guided to find their own place in the world, just as we guide our own children and/or students to believe in themselves as individuals and to know it's okay to be their own unique selves.
I have used this story in my own family as a gift to a grandson who was adopted from India. I also used it in my Kindergarten classroom to introduce the countries where elephants are found in the wild (although sadly there are no more wild Indian elephants) and to discuss how to tell the differences between African and Indian elephants.