Here's a shout out for the fourth book about Ellie the Elephant. This one is a summer fun one. Just what your youngster needs as you prepare for a family beach adventure. Ellie will help with ideas of what to pack and then give ideas of what it is like to go to the beach. The pictures thoughtout the book are photos with Ellie and her friend, Pudgy the Penguin, preparing and going on their adventure. The book is packed with fun adventure and surprises. A beautiful summer read. Visit Ellie's web page here.
The fourth installment of an award-winning children’s series, The Amazing Adventures of Ellie the Elephant: Ellie’s Best Beach Vacation Ever! follows the charming plush toy and her best friend, Pudgy the Penguin, as they enjoy a summer adventure on a wonderful beach vacation!
The excitement mounts as Ellie and Pudgy pack their beach balls and sunglasses and jump in the car for the game-filled drive to the coast.
Once they arrive, Ellie and Pudgy head straight for the beach to dig in the warm sand, swim in the sparkly blue ocean, and see lots of colorful fish. Then they head out for an afternoon packed full of fun!
Join in the adventure as these best friends share many new experiences while on their special beach vacation—traveling to a new place, trying new activities, riding bikes, enjoying a froggie lunch and sweet treats, swimming, building the biggest sandcastle ever, visiting an un-butterfly garden and much more as they spend a sunny day outside and explore this special beach town.
Marci Fair is a business owner and a mother of four who has worked in real estate for over twenty years. She and her husband own several real estate businesses, some which are ranked in the US.
In addition to her professional career, Marci is the founder of Kares 4 Kids, a nonprofit organization that has served more than 24,000 children in need since 2005. She is also the author of the award-winning book “TILT: 7 Solutions to Be a Guilt-Free Working Mom,” liberating other women with her hard-won wisdom—“Balance is impossible; memories are better.”
A copy of this book was provided by Bostick Communications and the author in exchange for my honest review.