The Elephant Who Came for Dinner

The Lamb Who Came For Dinner, Book 7

Author: Steve Smallman

, Illustrator: Joëlle Dreidemy


ISBN: 9781801047302 Category:

PUBLICATION DATE: November 7 2024 (Not yet published - orders will be dispatched on or around publication date)

BINDING: Hardback

EXTENT: 32 pages

DIMENSIONS: 271 x 236 mm

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Hotpot, Wolf and Omelette are back in the seventh book in the internationally bestselling The Lamb Who Came for Dinner series, written by the inimitable Steve Smallman (Poo in the ZooThe Eyebrows of DoomThe Monkey with the Bright Blue Bottom) and illustrated with warmth by Joëlle Dreidemy.

One starry night, the woods are filled with enchanting songs and beautiful sculptures. Whoever could have made them? Badger thinks he has all the answers: it has to be a spotty wood-warbler. So, Wolf, Hotpot and Omelette venture deeper into the woods with Badger to try to find the mystery singing-sculptor. But, soon enough, it becomes clear that things aren’t as they seem, and the friends can’t always trust a know-it-all Badger.

In The Elephant Who Came for Dinner, facts that are stated with confidence turn out to be false, gently introducing young readers to the importance of interrogating the information we are told. Fans of The Lion Inside by Rachel Bright and Jim Field, Weirdo by Zadie Smith, Nick Laird, and Magenta Fox, and The Pirates Are Coming! by John Condon and Matt Hunt, will love this latest addition to The Lamb Who Came for Dinner series.

Also available: 

The Lamb Who Came for DinnerThe Wolves Who Came for DinnerThe Crocodile Who Came for DinnerThe Tiger Who Came for DinnerThe Duck Who Came for Dinner, The Armadillo Who Came for Dinner


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Meet the author

Steve Smallman

Steve Smallman worked as a children’s book illustrator for 20 years before he decided to ‘have a go’ at writing his own. Now, over 100 books later, he’s still at it! He visits schools, libraries and f…

Meet the illustrator