About this title:
Never ride your elephant to school. And if you need to be convinced, boy, do you need to read this book! It's not that the elephant is such a troublesome or unruly one, it's just that his natural exuberance combined with his rather distinctive size pose some very particular problems. Imagine an elephant sitting in a school desk, climbing rope in gym class, or playing tether ball at recess and you'll see what we mean!
About the Author:
The team who warned you Never to Babysit the Hippopotamuses! joins forced again to create another hilarious, raucous, good-time book that will appeal to anyone who's ever spent a day at school.
Doug Johnson is a fourth-grade teacher who knows exactly how to make his students laugh. He is also a karate instructor and the author of several picture books. He lives in Bremerton, Washington with his wife and three children.
Abby Carter is the illustrator of a number of picture books, including Summer Legs by Anita Hakkinen. She lives in Cape Elizabeth, Maine with her husband and daughter.
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