The Elephant's Tale - Paperback
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|About the Author||Lauren St. John lives in London, England. A well-respected biographer and sports journalist, she grew up in Zimbabwe, Africa, where she had a pet giraffe, as well as numerous dogs, horses, and warthogs. This setting inspired The White Giraffe as well as her recent memoir, Rainbow’s End.|
|Author 1||Lauren St John|
|Editorial Review||"The Elephant's Tale is the fourth book in a compelling series by Lauren St John. Set on a game reserve in South Africa it contains everything to make children sit up and listen to their bedtime story: the orphaned heroine with a gift for healing sick animals had my boys begging for just one more chapter." -- Daisy Bridgewater TELEGRAPH MAGAZINE "...there is a warmth and love for animals that raises this above the herd. It is an enjoyable, action-packed tale." TELEGRAPH "The interesting characters and compelling plot make this book an exciting read. There is a wealth of information contained within the story making the book feel like a learning experience as well as a piece of pleasurable literature. In the closing chapters of the book Martine uncovers some information about her future written on a cave wall. Are these spoilers left there by Lauren St John? I guess we will have to wait for the next book to find out." -- Sam North HACKWRITERS|
|Number of Pages||236|
|Publisher||Orion Publishing Group|