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What To Do If An Elephant Stands On Your Foot by Michelle Robinson and Illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds

A witty jungle romp for the adventurer in every kid.

Safari etiquette can be tricky. Fortunately, our trusty narrator can help. Sort of. From what to do if an elephant stands on your foot (“Keep calm. Panicking will only startle it!”) to how to escape the attentions of a crocodile (“Well? What are you waiting for? Wave your arms around and shout for help!”), our plucky guide leads our unlucky hero on a jungle adventure, barely avoiding tigers, a rhino, snakes, and–uh-oh. What’s that? Well thank heavens the monkeys are friendly at least!

Debut author Michelle Robinson teams with bestseller Peter H. Reynolds for a Monster at the End of This Book-style romp, culminating in a hilarious finish that will send readers–and our hapless hero–right back to the beginning for more.

Hilarious exploring antics. This is one that adventurous kiddos will adore! Everyone in our home are big fans of Peter Reynolds and have loved all of his illustrations. I can think of no one better to illustrate a picture book about an animal safari with obvious foibles along the way. I’m also very excited to see what else will come from new-to-me author Michelle Robinson!

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4 Responses to The Year of the Picture Book – What To Do If An Elephant Stands On Your Foot

  1. Gina says:

    Make my eyes REALLY big and try not to scream? *-* (Sounds like an adorable book Danielle….love the cover art too.)

  2. How funny.
    I’m curious about this “Safari etiquette” you speak of.

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