SOUTH AFRICA (PRWEB) September 28, 2012
Author E. Smith had always wanted to write. It was one of those “I will start tomorrow” moments for her. After years of putting off writing, she finally started going on pension and began to craft delightful tales for the young (and the young at heart). Her debut work, The Adventures Of Sir Ambrose Elephant guarantees her a place amongst authors to look out for in the children’s picture book genre.
Richly conceived, this perfectly-framed tale revolves around a young gentlemanly South African elephant named Sir Ambrose Elephant. He likes to travel to unknown places at the spur of the moment. In this first installment of the The Adventures Of Sir Ambrose Elephant series, he travels to the city and meets strange and funny characters on his way. From each character he comes across with, he collects nuggets of wisdom that also remind readers to never forget their own set of morals and values, too.
The pages of this wonderfully told story are also jam-packed with astonishingly detailed illustrations bursting forth with color and life. Parents will also find The Adventures Of Sir Ambrose Elephant as an excellent read-aloud to young ones. The delight in reading Smith not only comes from her catchy texts nor vibrant book spreads, it roots down to the fact that this outstanding work of hers by turns fascinates and educates.
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About the Author
E. Smith is a new author in children's books. She lives in South Africa and tries to get people to know her country through her books. She is single and lives in a small, but comfortable house in one of the suburbs of Pretoria, the capital city of South Africa. She matriculated in 1978 and started to work for the government directly after graduating.
The Adventures Of Sir Ambrose Elephant* by E. Smith
The Visit To The City
Publication Date: March 27, 2012
Picture Book; £12.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4691-8378-7
Picture Book Hardcover; £22.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4691-8379-4
Ebook; £3.99; 978-1-4691-8380-0
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