Elephant and TreeThe elephant and the tree
It is a wonderful textbook with humble sketches and a heartbreaking tale about the relationship between an elephant and a tree. It' a charming and straightforward tale. Although this is a children's novel, I almost wept at the end. It is about fellowship, loss and discovery, in a very unique way.
It is very easy to illustrate, yet the text shows that it is not a nicely illuminated textbook that makes a textbook unforgettable. It' s the history! It' up to the parent to raise the embassy and give it to their child, and hopefully they will give it to the next one.
Very recommendable and a must for everyone and not only for friends of wildlife! It' such a sorry tale, but I just adore the plain artwork on a dark backdrop. Minimalistic artwork is beautiful, but not really an interesting tale or enough to keep a 3 year old spotlight, this is a great adult but awful for kids books, bad morals and so on.
It is typical for these species to have feathered foliage that is shed during dryness, but the plant can photosynthesize through the trunks of the stem and the large knots, which have a large amount of paper-like paper on top of the leafy foliage. Distinguishing characteristics are the grey sprigs and the feathered foliage with large, uneven leaf.
The picture below shows for example three elephant flowers on a arid, cliff. The three elephant trees: Elephant species are found in other areas with potentially more humidity in hybrids with many other herbs.