For children who like facts about elephants, or kids interested in Asia and Africa, comes Hope for Elephants, a DK Reader designed to improve reading skills while keeping kids engaged and entertained. In Hope for Elephants, David joins his Grandma on a trip to Asia and Africa to study the problems elephants are facing. They spend a week as volunteers at an Asian elephant sanctuary in Sri Lanka, caring for the elephants. Then they fly to Kenya to meet the anti-poaching patrol, staff and researchers at a nature reserve. Find out more about elephants and the dangers they face in this compelling book for young readers. At the end of Hope for Elephants, we learn that elephants can have a hopeful future when we help protect them.
Develop your child's reading skills with DK Readers, a multi-level reading program designed to capture your child's interest while developing reading skills and general knowledge. A wide variety of subjects allows you to choose a topic that interests your child and develop reading skills around it. Children ages 4 through 9 will find the perfect books for their appropriate reading levels to develop the reading skills needed to improve school projects and independent reading.
About the Author
Patricia J. Murphy writes for big and little people from her writer’s studio in Chicago. She has written more than 150 children’s books, with more on the way, including board books, early readers, picture books, creative nonfiction titles, chapter books, middle grade novels, as well as a growing list of scripts for children’s television. When she is not writing or riding horses, she spends time with her family, dabbles in acting, helps make Raggedy Ann dolls for children in need, plays golf, runs, and visits Ireland every chance she can get. To find out more about her, visit patriciajmurphy.com.