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Face to Face With Elephants

3.95 of 5 stars 3.95  ·  rating details  ·  19 ratings  ·  6 reviews
You’re in the Land Rover, observing elephants from a safe, respectful distance. It’s a hot, hot day in the African bush, and the windows are down. But what’s this? Suddenly, you’ve got company! An elephant trunk is nosing around in your luggage for some water. Nothing new to Beverly and Dereck Joubert, the wildlife writers and filmmakers who get up close and personal with ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published October 14th 2008 by National Geographic Children's Books
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Professional nature photographer Beverly Joubert and her husband have captured some stunning photographs of elephants in their natural habitat. Their beautiful work is featured here alongside stories of their personal experiences with bulls, matriarchs, babies, and entire herds. Much factual information about elephants’ range, diet, social interaction, reproduction, and conservation issues is included. A section entitled, “How You Can Help” encourages students to get involved in wildlife conserv ...more
The forest brush exploded as the elephant cow charged at us wildly, head down, like a giant bulldozer. (Adult female weighing up to 7,125 lbs. and being around 9 feet tall). I started the engine, which will usually stop an elephant, but she didn't even hesitate. I was afraid she was going to ram the truck, so I slipped it out of gear. This way, it would roll easily when she hit it, and SHE wouldn't get hurt.

Call me crazy but I wouldn't be worried about the elephant getting hurt!
Lindsey Lubker
This is a very factual book about elephants. It is a national geographic book that has very good pictures and information.
A good informative book with awesome picture for kids. It's from national Geographic...
Melanie Swider
Love this series! Will definitely read this aloud during nf unit!
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