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Where's the Elephant?


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A visionary picture book from the genius of Barroux, which pairs a beautiful wordless storytelling experience with a powerful message.

What starts as a game of jungle hide-and-seek quickly turns into something more significant as Barroux’s illustrations convey the consequences of deforestation upon the animal kingdom.

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Simply stunning…Barroux is definitely one to watch for the future.', The Sun
'"Barroux’s illustrations tell a vivid and shocking story about the destruction of the forest"
Love Reading 4 Kids Pick of April 2015', Love Reading 4 Kids
'A stunning picture book', Mumsnet
'Clever and subtle, this book introduces de-forestation and its effect on the natural environment in an engaging and fun way', Dad Info
'A near wordless picture book which powerfully demonstrates the devastating effects of deforestation', Julia Eccleshare, The Guardian
'This book’s zinging visual impact is matched by the power of its environmental message', Nicolette Jones, The Sunday Times
'There are few words used in this striking book, but it has a lot to say', Saffia Farr, Juno Magazine
'A must read for all ages . . . and a springboard for discussion on a vital topic', Jill Bennett, Books for Keeps
'A picture paints a thousand words and never was this more true than with Where’s The Elephant. This incredibly powerful book contains just nine words, but that’s all it needs to put across its message', Alison Potter, Junior Magazine
'"You might think this is an animal version of Where's Wally, but it's so much more - and everyone should read the book. Highly recommended"
Five Star Review', Sue Magee, The BookBag
'Quirky illustrations make this an inspired book to introduce the idea of deforestation to youngsters', Vanessa Lewis, The Bookseller
'Barroux has created a deceptively complex wordless picture book, which encourages children to think carefully about the impact humans have on the environment', Marilyn Brocklehurst, The Bookseller