Edmund the Elephant Who Forgot
By Kate Dalgleish (Author), Isobel Lundie (Illustrator)
“Elephants always remember. Elephants don’t get it wrong.
Elephants always remember. As long as they sing this song!”
Edmund isn’t like other elephants: he forgets. A lot. Then, one day, his mother sends him to the store to pick up some things for his little brother’s birthday party. To help him remember what they need, mama gives him a fun little song to sing . . . and a shopping list. But Edmund even forgets the list! Soon his purchases get sillier and sillier—like seven sassy dancing cats instead of 20 pointy party hats. Kids will laugh out loud at this delightful story and its humorous, dynamic art.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Kate Dalgleish studied at the University of Sunderland and is a primary school teacher. This is her debut picture book, which was shortlisted for the Stratford-Salariya Picture Book Prize in 2019.
Isobel Lundie studied illustration and animation at Kingston University. Her books include Alice Down the Rabbit Hole, Fairies Color By Numbers, Monsters Color By Numbers, and Mystery Pictures.