Ellison the Elephant

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Kidwick Books LLC, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Having a trumpet blast that is different from all the rest of the elephants in his pack, Ellison is embarrassed and shies away from using his special musical abilities until his friend, Weasel, gives him the encouragement he needs to play away--becoming a celebrated musician and the envy of all!

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User Review  - Adrinnon - LibraryThing

Ellison is a sad elephant, because he does not sound like all the other elephants. With the help of his imaginary friend, Weasel he finds his own voice, unique from all the others. GENRE: fantasy. USES: to teach it's okay to be different. Read full review

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User Review  - SABC - LibraryThing

Unable to make the normal trumpet blast, little Ellison gets teased by the other elephants. With encouragement from his mom-and provocation from his imaginary friend, Weasel-Ellison finds his very own voice. The voice from his "jazz trunk" charms and entertains all withing earshot. Read full review

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