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Barley the Elephant

Barley the Elephant What do you get when you cross an elephant that will do just about anything to get rid of his spots with a giraffe that happens to be a little too tall for a book about elephants Barley the Elephant

  • Title: Barley the Elephant
  • Author: Paul Bachmeier Scott Chasty
  • ISBN: 9781928086024
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Paperback
  • What do you get when you cross an elephant that will do just about anything to get rid of his spots, with a giraffe that happens to be a little too tall for a book about elephants Barley the Elephant A hilarious and charmingly illustrated tale of one young creature s search for himself.

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      Published :2019-07-07T16:34:42+00:00

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    1. Barley the Elephant is a charming picture book with witty illustrations. Scott Chasty adds clever asides to several pages that readers of all ages will enjoy. The expressions on the elephant's face at each disaster are hilarious.Barley is an elephant with spots in a classic tale of not appreciating what you have until it's gone. This is a thoroughly enjoyable book, however, I thought the story concept was written for ages 3 to 5 but the vocabulary and illustrated witticisms seemed suited to olde [...]


    2. Charming book!The running (paranthetical?) commentary is geared towards older readers, while the core story is geared towards the younger. The didactic content is good and the post-story discussion of elephant facts is a useful addition, I think, going forward.Illustrations are cheerful and humourous; I particularly liked the notion of the giraffe being too tall for the elephant book.It's been a requested read from my toddler, so clearly a good read :)


    3. A delightful, funny book that will charm children and their adults alike. The illustrations are hilarious and the running commentary on each page make it irresistible. I predict this book will be on many, many bookshelves and one of the most - requested bedtime reads.


    4. I received this book free from First reads, but this fact in no way has influenced my review.This is a delightful little book that is packed full of so many good things!Barley is the only spotted elephant in the world and doesn't like it. He tries to get rid of his spots so that he could be like the other elephants, but he only succeeds in alienating them. Eventually Barley realizes his uniqueness is special and finds self acceptance. This is a terrific book forany child who is 'unique' in any w [...]


    5. This children's book is written for children and adults alike - kinda like the movie Shrek. The illustrations are great, and Barley's comments to what's going on are laugh out loud funny. I mostly enjoyed the commentary by the two mice.As a children's book it teaches children to be okay with who they are, even if they are different than everybody else. That trying to change to suite others won't make you happy; a lesson that I think is very important to instill in every child.



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