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Elly Rose and her mother fly from Sydney, Australia to Sri Lanka, to attend the famous Esala Perahera festival, and to meet Shalinka and his daughter Aruni. When a baby elephant is lost, Elly Rose knows she must help find its family. It's a race against time. What will they do when a cheeky monkey steals their map? Will they find the elephants family or will they get caught in the monsoon rains? An educational book about culture, friendship and being selfless. This book embraces travel and adventure and explores different cultures and traditions in Sri Lanka. An Australian and a Sri Lankan…mehr

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Elly Rose and her mother fly from Sydney, Australia to Sri Lanka, to attend the famous Esala Perahera festival, and to meet Shalinka and his daughter Aruni. When a baby elephant is lost, Elly Rose knows she must help find its family. It's a race against time. What will they do when a cheeky monkey steals their map? Will they find the elephants family or will they get caught in the monsoon rains? An educational book about culture, friendship and being selfless. This book embraces travel and adventure and explores different cultures and traditions in Sri Lanka. An Australian and a Sri Lankan girl go on an adventure together to find the baby elephants family. Together they learn a little more about each other and their different cultures. The beautiful vibrant watercolour illustrations take the reader on a journey of mystery, combining both real photos and watercolours to create the unmistakable style that Maggie O'Hara brings to the Elly Rose series of travel books.
Autorenporträt
Maggie grew up in Western Queensland, Australia and travelled independently from a young age. She has travelled to many countries and experienced many different cultures and traditions. Maggie has been writing and illustrating full time since 2017. Maggie writes to inspire children to embrace travelling and learning about new cultures. Maggie has written travel articles for magazines and newspapers since 2012 and has had her digital artwork published in an international magazine, Living the Photo Artistic Life - issues 17, 23, 26. Maggie is a member of SCBWI, CBCA and Queensland Writers Centre. www.ellyrosetownsville.com.au