ELC’s Book Character Parade

We enjoyed a fantastic day on Friday celebrating ELC’s annual Book Character Parade and the Elephant Trunk Awards. The winning books the children voted for this year are, drum roll…

K1-2: How to Apologize, by David LaRochelle
Y1-3: Mixed-A Colorful Story, by Arree Chung
Y4-6: SumoKitty, by David Biedrzycki

Children and teachers alike dressed in their character costumes or were clues to their favourite books – can you spot, amongst others, ‘Stick Man,’ ‘Zita the Spacegirl’, and ‘Leif the Leaf?

00 Elc Elephant Trunk Awards
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04 Elc Book Character Parade 09

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