Sunday, July 5, 2015

Review: Ellie's First Plane Ride (The Amazing Adventures of Ellie The Elephant - #2) by Marci Fair

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Title: Ellie's First Plane Ride
Author: Marci Fair
Published: April 22, 2015
Publisher: Pacochel Press
Pages 53
Genre: children
Review: Paperback provided by author



Always on the lookout for a new adventure, Ellie the Elephant can hardly believe her good fortune when she gets to go on her first plane ride and visit her faraway relatives. The only thing that could make this trip better is sharing it with a friend, so Ellie invites Pudgy the Penguin to join her.
The newest book in The Amazing Adventures of Ellie the Elephant series, Ellie’s First Plane Ride follows the two plush toys as they navigate the airport, experience flight for the first time, revel in hotel luxury, and face the daunting task of finding their way through a massive zoo in search of Ellie’s real-life elephant relatives.
Illustrated by delightful photographs of the plush pair, the story introduces children to an exotic array of animals and teaches them how to creatively solve problems. This ingenious blend of reality and imagination inspires kids to look at their everyday lives with fresh eyes while helping parents and teachers discover new ways to approach education.
Don’t miss the latest day-in-the-life of Ellie the Elephant!


K and I received this book to give an honest review.
K actually enjoyed this book being as his favorite things in the book were the different animals in the zoo that Ellie got to meet. 
A on the other hand didn't enjoy it as I think it was too long for her at the moment, so we will try again later on.
Ellie and her friend Pudgy are going on their first plane ride to see Ellie's family who are in a zoo. They get to see so many amazing things on the plane and at the zoo, it is a real adventure that I believe the kids will enjoy reading about. 
The pictures were very realistic minus the stuffed elephant and penguin. 
Can't wait to read more on Ellie's adventures and what she gets to see in the world around her. 
I say this is good for ages 4 on up. 






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