Maisha the Educated Elephant: A School of Animal Magic Adventures by Burt Kempner (Mini Book Review)

Maisha the Educated Elephant: A School of Animal Magic Adventures by  Burt KempnerMaisha the Educated Elephant

Format: eBook

Source: Lovereading.co.uk 

Publisher: Mild Wild Media

Genres: Children’s Literature

Publication Date: 5th September 2019

Synopsis/Blurb (Provided by LoveReading.co.uk):

“Young Maisha is the pride of her elephant herd. They sent her off to study about the outside world at the prestigious School of Animal Magic. She returns bearing an urgent warning. If only she can remember what it is! As she struggles to recall what she learned time may be running out for the herd — and all elephants. Maisha the Educated Elephant combines a charming story with a compelling message about animal survival.

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My Thoughts & Review

I was contacted by Lovereading.co.uk asking me if I would be interested in reviewing this book. I love elephants, and children’s books so I couldn’t say no.

Maisha the Educated Elephant is a beautiful book that is about animal survival and also gives lovely explanations of how intelligent elephants really are through a story that can be enjoyed by both adults and children. The book is really easy to follow, and it was a big hit with my 5 year old nephew.

I also loved the illustrations by Cal Howard they were so accurate and spot on.

My nephews thoughts:

“I liked the book because the elephants are nice and are kind to each other. They all look after each other in the forest. The elephants look really nice they look like the ones I see when I went to Kenya on holiday.”

We would like to thank Lovereading for my review copy in return for an honest and unbiased review.

My Rating

💙💙💙💙💙

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Happy Reading Everyone!!!


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