Wheres Ellie? ePUB Þ Board Book

Wheres Ellie? ePUB Þ Board Book

Wheres Ellie? ➟ Wheres Ellie? free download ➤ Author Salina Yoon – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Where's Ellie is a guessing game in board book form Very young readers will love searching for Ellie the elephant among familiar colorful objects—and finding something unexpected instead Each page o Where's Ellie is a guessing game in board book form Very young readers will love searching for Ellie the elephant among familiar colorful objects—and finding something unexpected instead Each page offers a hint of Ellie but it isn't until the last page that readers will find her And when they do they'll want to start all over and do it again Intricate embossing on Ellie and her trunk add depth and a tactile element to this die cut board book—as well as extra value.


10 thoughts on “Wheres Ellie?

  1. Becky Becky says:

    First sentence Where is Ellie hiding? Is she behind the plant? No that's a teapotPremiseplot Ellie the elephant is hiding Can little ones find out where she's hiding in this super adorable board book by Salina Yoon?My thoughts I love that the elephant's ear and trunk are tactilely pleasing There are many reasons why I love this one actually I love love love elephants Always have always will I don't think I'll ever outgrow my desire to have a pet elephant Hide and seek books with or without flaps can be great fun to read with little ones This one does not have flaps A turn of the page reveals the surprise was that Ellie? or was it something else? The front cover and almost all of the pages do have a cut out This cut out is vital to the game of hide and seek And I think it's also great for little grasping hands


  2. Bree Bree says:

    Where's Ellie is a very cute hide and seek children's book This book is perfect for small kids who don't uite have the patience yet for longer books It comes in a lovely hard back cover perfect for those little ones who still love the sound of ripping paper This book has been a staple in our house for a while since archer has been on this elephant kick I love that you can feel the elephants skin it just gives it another element to the book So come along and let's find Ellie the elephant together


  3. Megababy Megababy says:

    A solid five stars from me Each time we read it I wanted to read it 3 4 5 times in a row even after I knew where Ellie was hiding I loved to show dad and nana too and make them guess So fun


  4. Caroline Caroline says:

    Ellie the elephant is hiding and it's up to readers to find herA cute board book


  5. Robert Beveridge Robert Beveridge says:

    Salina Yoon Where's Ellie? Random House 2012A must have for any elephant loving bean bean but it's incredibly short even for a pre lit board book and because of that won't stand up to repeated reads as well as many other board books I like the concept though—you take a distinctive feature of a given animal in this case the elephant's trunk and show other things that can be mistaken for it a hose the brim of a hat etc before getting to the big reveal and of course elephant lovers are going to rejoice when you hit that last page


  6. Tasha Tasha says:

    In Yoon’s signature simple style this board book offers hide and seek fun Young readers are searching for Ellie but there are lots of things that look like an elephant and turn out to be something entirely different This board book will work best for younger toddlers who will enjoy the search and turning the pages themselves


  7. Adrienne Adrienne says:

    This is certainly a fun book for children and the pictures are simple and shape focused However perhaps it would be best to identify whom Ellie is before the reader looks for her It may seem unnecessary but to a kid it would be very confusing Is Ellie the elephant the rabbit the ladybug the worm etc?


  8. Vivian Vivian says:

    Follow the ladybug as she hunts Ellie the elephant Is she behind the flowers? turn the page to find out what LOOKED like an elephant's trunk was the end of the garden hose Children ages 1 5 loved this hide and seek guessing game in a book


  9. Charles Norris Charles Norris says:

    There wasn't allot to the story it was just a hide and seek game Probably good for a preschooler The illustrations were okay but nothing too elaborate


  10. Sarah Stumphf Sarah Stumphf says:

    My two year old son really loved this book We read it before bedtime last night and he wanted to read it over and over I really love when I find a book that he enjoys that much


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10 thoughts on “Wheres Ellie?

  1. Becky Becky says:

    First sentence Where is Ellie hiding? Is she behind the plant? No that's a teapotPremiseplot Ellie the elephant is hiding Can little ones find out where she's hiding in this super adorable board book by Salina Yoon?My thoughts I love that the elephant's ear and trunk are tactilely pleasing There are many reasons why I love this one actually I love love love elephants Always have always will I don't think I'll ever outgrow my desire to have a pet elephant Hide and seek books with or without flaps can be great fun to read with little ones This one does not have flaps A turn of the page reveals the surprise was that Ellie? or was it something else? The front cover and almost all of the pages do have a cut out This cut out is vital to the game of hide and seek And I think it's also great for little grasping hands

  2. Bree Bree says:

    Where's Ellie is a very cute hide and seek children's book This book is perfect for small kids who don't uite have the patience yet for longer books It comes in a lovely hard back cover perfect for those little ones who still love the sound of ripping paper This book has been a staple in our house for a while since archer has been on this elephant kick I love that you can feel the elephants skin it just gives it another element to the book So come along and let's find Ellie the elephant together

  3. Megababy Megababy says:

    A solid five stars from me Each time we read it I wanted to read it 3 4 5 times in a row even after I knew where Ellie was hiding I loved to show dad and nana too and make them guess So fun

  4. Caroline Caroline says:

    Ellie the elephant is hiding and it's up to readers to find herA cute board book

  5. Robert Beveridge Robert Beveridge says:

    Salina Yoon Where's Ellie? Random House 2012A must have for any elephant loving bean bean but it's incredibly short even for a pre lit board book and because of that won't stand up to repeated reads as well as many other board books I like the concept though—you take a distinctive feature of a given animal in this case the elephant's trunk and show other things that can be mistaken for it a hose the brim of a hat etc before getting to the big reveal and of course elephant lovers are going to rejoice when you hit that last page

  6. Tasha Tasha says:

    In Yoon’s signature simple style this board book offers hide and seek fun Young readers are searching for Ellie but there are lots of things that look like an elephant and turn out to be something entirely different This board book will work best for younger toddlers who will enjoy the search and turning the pages themselves

  7. Adrienne Adrienne says:

    This is certainly a fun book for children and the pictures are simple and shape focused However perhaps it would be best to identify whom Ellie is before the reader looks for her It may seem unnecessary but to a kid it would be very confusing Is Ellie the elephant the rabbit the ladybug the worm etc?

  8. Vivian Vivian says:

    Follow the ladybug as she hunts Ellie the elephant Is she behind the flowers? turn the page to find out what LOOKED like an elephant's trunk was the end of the garden hose Children ages 1 5 loved this hide and seek guessing game in a book

  9. Charles Norris Charles Norris says:

    There wasn't allot to the story it was just a hide and seek game Probably good for a preschooler The illustrations were okay but nothing too elaborate

  10. Sarah Stumphf Sarah Stumphf says:

    My two year old son really loved this book We read it before bedtime last night and he wanted to read it over and over I really love when I find a book that he enjoys that much

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