India, the Showstopper

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Allen & Unwin, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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India, the circus elephant, is an absolute whiz on the mouth organ—she's the star of the show, and she knows it. But when a tough new circus trainer, Oswaldo the Magnificent, arrives to teach everyone different tricks, India does not warm to sharing the limelight and refuses to obey him. She sulks in the corner and makes mistake after mistake. After she is banned from performing, India discovers the value of friends—and of working as a team. Bold and vivid illustrations evoke the fun of the big top and complement the humorous and endearing narrative.

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About the author (2005)

Kerry Argent is an author, an illustrator, and a former arts director. She is the award-winning illustrator of Miss Lily's Fabulous Pink Boa, Nighty Night, Too Loud Lily, and Wombat Divine.

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