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By: Emma Holland

Do you remember the elephant?

Pages: 48 Ratings: 5.0
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From ants to elephants, life has a place. Every plant, raindrop, animal, insect or bird plays its part in making our world the beautiful life-sustaining rock we call home. Understanding how important these things are to our survival has never been more important. ‘Do you remember the elephants?’ is not a question anyone should ever ask. Together we can change how we think, how we behave and how we respond to keep our home working as it should – in harmony with all living things.

Our children are growing up in an increasingly digital world and disconnecting from nature. We need to give them back an appreciation for the world outside the screen. As individuals, this can improve mental health. Collectively, this can save our planet. Help our children to make better choices.

Nature student Emma Holland was studying wildlife education and media when she began illustrating and writing children’s books. Her aim was to deliver the message on how important biodiversity is for the environment and all life on the planet. Her books are both engaging and educational and attempt to influence how people perceive and interact with their environment. Emma wants to promote an understanding of nature and how we can protect it to benefit the world we all share.

Customer Reviews
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  • Bex Gardiner

    Oh wow. What a great book for little people and big. Love that big issues are being confronted in a way the next generation will learn to understand.
    Such a good book highly recommend for everyone to read. such cool illustrations. I can't stop looking at it. And my daughter (2.5yrs) is obsessed!

  • Keane

    An outstanding little poem which captures the imagination of all age groups including myself. Even though the issue of climate change can be morbid, this little hidden message was conveyed well and will inspire inspire generations to come to make little changes in their lives. The illustrations are very neat and interesting, and I hope to see more books from this author in the future. Reasonably priced.

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