The funny, touching story of an Ice Age mammoth who finds himself in a modern day city from the bestselling author of Dogs Don't Do Ballet.
Big beast. Big city. BIG TROUBLE.
When an Ice Age mammoth finds himself in a modern day city, he's not at all sure what to make of this huge, gleaming forest. Strange birds in the sky, strange beetles on the ground and strange, shouty cavemen.
Is he the only mammoth in the WORLD?
A warm and and endearing story about finding your herd and a place to trumpet wildly from much-loved author Anna Kemp and exciting new illustrator, Adam Beer.
Other books by Anna Kemp: Dogs Don't Do Ballet Rhinos Don't Eat Pancakes The Worst Princess Sir Lilypad Dave the Lonely Monster
Anna Kemp writes both picture books and middle-grade fiction. Her books have been nominated for a number of prizes including the Booktrust Early Years Award (2010), The Roald Dahl Funny Prize (2010, 2012), The Waterstones Children's Book Prize (2011, 2013), Oscar's Book Prize (2015), and The Dundee Picture Book Award (2018). Her work has also been adapted for television (Bookaboo, CBeebies), puppetry (Little Angel), dance (Ballet Black), orchestra (LSO) and theatre (New Writing North, Little Blue Monster). She is currently working on new picture books and a middle-grade fantasy series.
Anna loves to visit schools and libraries and is available for festival events. Please see website for further information: https://annakemp-author.com
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