Elephant, Elephant, Come Alive!

Elephant Elephant Come Alive Would you like to go on an adventure How about an adventure with a giant elephant named Lucy Come along with Lucy and her new friends as she explores the lovely beach town of Margate Lucy comes to lif

Would you like to go on an adventure How about an adventure with a giant elephant named Lucy Come along with Lucy and her new friends as she explores the lovely beach town of Margate Lucy comes to life when she realizes how boring it is to stand still forever Visit Lucy s favorite places to eat, play, read, and shop Lucy loves them all, and you can too Hop aboard andWould you like to go on an adventure How about an adventure with a giant elephant named Lucy Come along with Lucy and her new friends as she explores the lovely beach town of Margate Lucy comes to life when she realizes how boring it is to stand still forever Visit Lucy s favorite places to eat, play, read, and shop Lucy loves them all, and you can too Hop aboard and come alive with Lucy the Elephant

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About Author

  1. Steven Paul Winkelstein is the award winning author of Brisko A True Tale of Holocaust Survival His extended body of work includes Captain Kidd and the Jersey Devil The Wild Mind of the Winkle Monster Meet on Mondays The Squall Elephant, Elephant, Come Alive The Diving Horse and the Magic Whistle and Lucy s Great Adventure These publications include picture books and poetry for children, juvenile non fiction, a juvenile novel, and a short story about pirates He is currently writing a trilogy of space novelettes for young readers.Steven lives in beautiful Boulder, Colorado, where he often longs for the ocean and bay surrounding his hometown of Margate City, New Jersey He graduated from the Art Institute of Philadelphia in 2008 with a BS in Digital Media and Film His favorite book is The Old Man and the Sea, and he enjoys reading it in one sitting, preferably on a balcony in downtown Los Angeles Steven is always on the lookout for a human best friend, since his current best friend is a sock puppet.Steven s mission in writing Brisko A True Tale of Holocaust Survival is to help young people understand why it is so important to treat each other with respect and tolerance He hopes to help stop bullying by educating young readers on the dangers of intolerance and indifference.Steven welcomes praise, inquiries, and best friend applications at TheSlitheryD gmail.

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