Elmer in Polish
Elmer is an elephant who has a colourful body, with yellow, orange, red, pink, purple, blue, green, black and white arranged as a patchwork. He has a cheerful and optimistic personality, and he loves practical jokes.
Everyone is unique and has something that sets them apart from everyone else. Elmer teaches us this when he discovers that when he tries to change his appearance in order to 'blend in' with the other elephants, they no longer recognise him, or accept him as one of their own, making him sad. It's only when it begins to rain, and the grey paint that Elmer has covered himself with starts to disappear, that Elmer's true colours are revealed, much to the surprise of his friends who preferred his multicoloured and fun loving persona. Following their happy reunion, the elephants reassure Elmer that they love him because of his differences, and not in spite of them, and they celebrate by painting themselves in multi-coloured paint, in recognition of Elmer's unique appearance and personality.
Elmer is written entirely in Polish as it is aimed at native Polish speakers.
Hardcover, 32pp, 235 x 270mm