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  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • Elephants Never Forget
  • Anushka Ravishankar
  • English
  • 22 November 2019
  • 8186211047

10 thoughts on “Elephants Never Forget

  1. Bernadette Bernadette says:

    Written by Anushka Ravishankar, illustrated by Christiane Pieper, Elephants Never Forget 2008 is a lovely picture book from India Children will love the vivid, lyrical language Crraack Flash BOOM Ravishankar effectively uses big, bold words to bring the main character, a young elephant, and his jungle playmates to life Pieper s digitally created pictures capture the mood in this fun loving tale.


  2. Diana Diana says:

    I was intrigued by this one when it came across my desk, so I checked it out Perfect for storytime, right Well, maybe for someone, but not for me I thought the story was just a little tooodd for my taste Not enough storyline, really, and I don t really understand the baby s reasoning behind the choice he makes at the end Gonna make it tough when he s an adult, that s for sure Besides, the title totally has no relation to the story Sorry, folks, but this one wasn t my cup of tea.


  3. Katie Katie says:

    Kids really liked it The illustrations in blue and black were very striking Great story.


  4. Josef Komensky Josef Komensky says:

    Great children s book with simple story about friendship and belonging What this book make very unique is the way it has been illustrated Black and with with some blue it creates very nice mixture that pleases not even the heart but soul as well.


  5. Kali Hilliard Kali Hilliard says:

    Poetry K 3 Highly recommend this book Awesome lesson on fitting in Easily can tie into a diversity lesson.


  6. Laura Laura says:

    I loved the almost classic illustrations they remind me of Make Way for Ducklings or Blueberries for Sal Robert Closkey, I believe I especially loved the slight twist to the ending.


  7. Gina Gina says:

    Expressive text and a purple, black and white palette make this picture book surprising and fun to read.


  8. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    This one was just a little too bizarre for me, I couldn t find a link between the title and the story Not to mention the fact that the story was not compelling I won t be using it for story time.


  9. Stacie Stacie says:

    Gorgeous digital illustrations that look like woodcuts show a story of finding the group that helps you feel like you.


  10. NayDoubleU NayDoubleU says:

    4.5 I give it a 4.5 because it wasn t in a lot of color and I feel having it incolor would capture the children s attention .Other than that, it was a really cute book about and to me it could be used for a child who is adopted to a family with different race or culture backgrounds In the end the elephant realized he didn t identify as an elephant, he was raised with the buffalo and wanted to say one So, in my opinion the same could be said about an adopted child Will be in my futur 4.5 I give it a 4.5 because it wasn t in a lot of color and I feel having it incolor would capture the children s attention .Other than that, it was a really cute book about and to me it could be used for a child who is adopted to a family with different race or culture backgrounds In the end the elephant realized he didn t identify as an elephant, he was raised with the buffalo and wanted to say one So, in my opinion the same could be said about an adopted child Will be in my future classroom


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About the Author: Anushka Ravishankar

Anushka Ravishankar, a mathematics graduate, has made a name for herself internationally as an Indian children s writer, with over 10 books of verse, fiction and non fiction Her special talent is in the area of nonsense verse, where she brilliantly adapts this difficult genre to Indian English usage, without a false note Anushka Ravishankar can be said to have pioneered the Indian English nonsense verse form and brought it to international attention She recently returned from a UK tour with Children s Laureate, Michael Rosen, at the Children s Bookshow.from