Elmer and Wilbur

Elmer and his cousin Wilbur have two big things in common. They’re both look rather unusual, for elephants. Oh, and they both love to play jokes. They’re always competing to see who can think of the silliest pranks! But who will win their crazy contest? And what’s Wilbur doing at the top of that tree?

  • Another classic story about Elmer the patchwork elephant
  • A hilarious tale about being careful what you wish for
  • Themes of friendship, forgiveness and caring for others
  • Bright, bold artwork in David McKee’s inimitable style

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    David McKee won the Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis (German Youth Literature Prize) in 1987 for Two Monsters.

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