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Long ago, on the banks of the great Limpopo River, lived elephants who had no trunks. Then the elephant’s nose was just a bump as big as a boot, that he could wriggle about from side to side. So how did the elephant get his trunk? Come back to the dawn of time and see! Rudyard Kipling’s timeless fable, retold in this young edition, draws on Indian and African folklore to tell a story that sweeps readers back into the primal world. Bringing a burst of exotic fun into the classroom, and shimmering with unusual, comical language for little tongues to wrap themselves around, it is both a fabulous story and a fresh, imaginative way to get children thinking about the origins, forms and uses of things.
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AR book level: 4.9; Lower years; 0.5 points
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