Emily and Albert by Jan Ormerod

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Emily is an ostrich with attitude, and Albert is an unflappable elephant. Whether Emily is curing a cold Albert didn't know he had, teaching him to dance correctly (ballet, of course) or explaining to him how to read the right way (the way that includes her), Albert is always happy to oblige. In five funny, warm and wonderful stories, this irresistible duo will delight readers of all ages.
 

About Jan Ormerod

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Jan Ormerod is the author and/or illustrator of more than 50 books for children. She lives in England. David Slonim has illustrated several books for children, including Moishe's Miracle by Laura Krauss Melmed, which was named one of the top ten children's books of 2000 by The New York Times. He lives in Indiana with his wife and their four children.
 
Published March 1, 2004 by Chronicle Books. 48 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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The final section has the most verve, but directly recalls one of Marshall's plots: Albert wants to read, and Emily objects, "I don't think it can be a good book if it makes others feel lonely while you are reading it."

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