Elf

Just inside any one of Elf’s storybooks you may find another much smaller book.

Look inside it and you may find a link, a note, a thought, a doodle or even a password from Elf.  It was one of his cutest ideas and we liked it. Keep it safe, dry, out of sunlight and never take it to the Isle of Man for the Fynoderee, St Trinnians Buggane, Manannán or Fodwys to see.

If you follow a link, like a yellow brick road, it may take you to something completely different.

If you receive a note,  it make take you through Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Ti and back to Do on a magical musical tour.

If you read a thought that resonates well, you may share it and it may go viral (and change the World).

If you find a lost doodle, it might be part of a great big jigsaw pattern that you can finish.

If you find a password,  schh! It’s best not to tell anyone. A password can be a key to a secret world as Elf found out. Hide it. Keep it safe in your mind only.

 

Illustration and little book design on loan from Grant’s Gallery of Gorgeous Flumjacks & Gadoooooodles

Elf to the Rescue – as the story goes …

Presents are fun,
Presents must wait –
Present wrapping’s running late.
Problem solved
By all the Elves –
Presents wrapped and on the shelves.

Elf to the Rescue

told by Grant Jesse and Peter Scott

Paperback
40pp   A5 size

16 Pages of Colour Illustrations
2 Colouring Sheet pages
A password in a Little Password Book (inside)
A double page Elfland Underground Map
A few Elfland Photographs
An image of a rather long hat on the book spine

ISBN  978-1-899573-18-9

Image of Learning
Elf Storytelling Series

English Language Edn.

… and so the Story grows …