Arbo makes an unlikely friend
Package Dimensions: 8.3 x 6.0 x 0.1 inches
Number Of Pages: 40
Publisher: Independently published
Release Date: 2017-12-22
This paperback edition is landscape format at 8.25" by 6" (21cm by 15.24cm). There is a bigger (square) edition at 8.5" by 8.5" available in this product page. To get to that edition you have to click on "Other Sellers (See all # versions)". In there you have to click on the arrow next to "Paperback" and then you'll see the other version.
This book is available both in ebook format for Kindle and paperback edition. Both purchasable in Amazon. The paperback editions are available in two sizes: 8.25"x6" (travel size) and 8.5"x8.5" (bigger, square size).
Arbo is an Asian elephant traveling to Australia. In his train ride he encounters a terrifying creature, but the events that unfold change his opinion. A new friendship blossoms from the unexpected adventure.
The story portrays new friendship and taking responsibility for your actions.
The reader will dive into a couple of sentences per page and beautiful illustrations, nurturing their love for reading. While the basis of the story is purely fictional, it does ground itself in some real facts about elephants and bees (For example: the elephant's physical description on page 9, the bee's keen sense of smell, the elephant's fear for bees, or the country of birth of Africanized bees).
Pages: 33 (with written text), 41 (total, including cover)
Illustrations: 41 (every page is an illustration that occupies the entire Kindle device)
Average words per page: 44-131 words per page
Age range: 4-7 year olds.
Grade range: Kindergarten - 2nd grade.
Target children: The picture story in the book is aimed at children who enjoy reading as much as looking at beautiful illustrations. The story is quite long and won't do for a 5 minute read before bedtime.
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