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Elmer (Elmer Books) von David Mckee
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Elmer (Elmer Books) (Original 1968; 1989. Auflage)

von David Mckee (Autor), David Mckee (Illustrator)

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All the elephants of the jungle were gray except Elmer, who was a patchwork of brilliant colors until the day he got tired of being different and making the other elephants laugh.
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Titel:Elmer (Elmer Books)
Autoren:David Mckee (Autor)
Weitere Autoren:David Mckee (Illustrator)
Info:HarperCollins (1989), Edition: 1, 32 pages
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Tags:Individuality, Acceptance, Self-Esteem, Elephants, Office

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Elmar: Elmar von David McKee (1968)

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Maria de Fátima Santos (CCFAS2020): "Recomendado pelo Plano Nacional de Leitura, de David McKee, é um livro muito colorido e bastante interessante que passa uma mensagem que não deve ser esquecida: Não faz mal ser diferente!"
  LAREDOBIBLIOTECA | May 13, 2020 |
There is a big herd of elephants that come in all different shapes and sizes, but they were all the same color. That is, all of them but Elmer. Elmer was patchwork, made up of all different colors. He grows tired of being different, so one night, he sneaks away and walks through the jungle. He finds a large bush covered with berries, and he uses them to paint himself elephant colored like everyone else. He walks back to the herd, this time not recognized as anything but another elephant. When he gets back, something seems wrong, and Elmer gives a loud shout, startling all of the elephants. They all laugh and laugh when they realize it’s Elmer. Rain comes down and washes away the berry juice covering his patchwork. The herd of elephants decide that to commemorate what they thought was a funny joke that Elmer pulled. They decide they must celebrate Elmer’s Day on that day each year, where the herd will paint themselves all different colors and patterns and Elmer will paint himself elephant colored. This is a great story about self acceptance! Elmer feels like an outsider because he is different, but I love that none of the other elephants in the herd were bothered by it. They all loved Elmer for his bright colors, even if he didn’t, and even wanted to celebrate him for his differences! I think that that is an awesome message to share. ( )
  dperkins9 | Mar 26, 2020 |
Reprint. Orig. publ. New York : McGraw-Hill, 1968 ( )
  ME_Dictionary | Mar 19, 2020 |
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  Alba26 | Aug 22, 2019 |
Elmer is not like the other elephants. He Is funny, and kind, and entertaining, but with his patchwork colors he is distinct. This has been a simple, but powerful book since 1968. Elmer is not unaware that he is different. The other elephants play his games and follow along with his jokes, but it isn't enough. Elmer thinks that his friends are laughing at him. In believing they are laughing at him because he is different, he goes so far as to try to cover up his unique colors and blend in with the crowd.

It is a simple story with enchanting illustrations and bold color choices, but there is so much more to the short story. Elmer goes far away trying to disguise what makes him unique and blend in. His colors don't stay hidden, but the way in which he reveals himself and all of his talents is with joy! The other elephants missed Elmer didn't know what to do without him. There are broad appeals to the idea that we are each unique, with talents to offer, and perhaps these things are readily apparent. Many students might understand how apart Elmer feels and appreciate the realization he comes to that the other elephants see his differences, appreciate them, and love him no matter what color he is. ( )
  fsgiamba | Mar 9, 2019 |
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