Elmer and Snake

Elmer and Snake

Book - 2004
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The elephants decide to play a trick on Elmer - and Snake suggests pretending to Elmer that he looks pale, to see if they can persuade him that he IS unwell. Meanwhile, Snake conspires with Elmer to trick the other elephants into thinking he is pale and unwell by covering Elmer in pale mud. It works, and the other elephants get rather worried about him. They ask Snake to give his advice - and he suggests tickling Elmer Of course the dried mud cracks open, and the elephants realise that Snake has tricked them all. But they can't tickle Snake because he's very sensibly gone on holiday
Publisher: London : 2004. Andersen,
ISBN: 9781842703038
184270303X
9781842709375
Branch Call Number: E M'KEE

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