When Elmer and the other elephants search for Wilbur, they have trouble finding him because he is a ventriloquist and they keep looking in the wrong places. Elmer the elephant loves practical jokes, but so does his black-and-white cousin Wilbur. That is, until Elmer has an idea that brings Wilbur back down to earth, in more ways than one!
When the hippos' river dries up and they move into the elephants' river, Elmer, the patchwork elephant, investigates. He discovers the hippos' dry river could be fixed if the hippos and elephants drop their prejudices and work together.
It's Christmas, and the elephants are very excited for Papa Red's annual visit! All the presents are ready, but Elmer has a treat in store for the young elephants-if they can keep quiet and out of sight…
Rose and the pink elephants are celebrating Old's one-hundredth birthday. The celebrations take an unexpected turn when Old becomes stranded on a dangerous cliff top. Rose rushes to get help. It sounds like a job for Super El!
There is pandemonium in the jungle! A strange roaring sounds sends the animals stampeding, convinced it's a monster. But all is not as it seems. Only Elmer is brave enough to investigate, and what he discovers comes as quite a surprise!
Rain or no rain, Elmer is going for a walk. After being cooped up in a cave with his herd, he longs for a bit of fresh air and some peace and quiet. But peace and quiet is going to have to wait - when Elmer goes outside, he discovers the rain has caused a flood. Can brave Elmer work out a way to save a stranded young elephant?
Elmer is on his way to visit Grandpa Eldo. He has great fun reminding Eldo of all the things they used to do together, but is Eldo quite as forgetful as Elmer thinks? He may be old, but he is an elephant, after all, and elephants never forget. Do they?
The young elephants want to prove who is the fastest, so Elmer and Wilbur organise a race. Each decorated a different colour, the racers set off around the course and discover things about themselves - Blue may be first and Orange second, but White is kind, Pink and Violet are funny and Yellow is a cheat. Luckily Yellow also learns he is very good at saying sorry, so each young elephant gets a medal from Elmer.
When Rose meets Elmer she's humming a tune, a tune she just can't get out of her head. When she leaves, Elmer realises he can't get the tune out of his head either - and as he crosses the jungle he can see the infectious tune spreading to every animal Rose has met! Can Elmer help everyone get rid of it?
As Elmer strolls through the jungle, appreciating the beautiful smell of the flowers or watching the butterflies dance, his friends rush past, far too busy to stop and enjoy it with him. Can Elmer find anyone to share the moment with?
The elephants decide it's their turn to play a trick on Elmer: all of the animals must pretend to forget his birthday tomorrow! But when the day comes the trick doesn't quite go according to plan. The elephants should have listened to Elmer's friends ... A new tale to celebrate Elmer the Patchwork Elephant's 30th birthday from master-storyteller David McKee, this is the twenty-seventh Elmer storybook!
Elmer, Wilbur, and a brave troop of elephants set out on a quest to find the famous Lost Treasure of the jungle. When they stumble across a beautiful forgotten temple, Elmer's friends rush inside, eager to find the Lost Treasure before them, but Elmer appears to have stopped searching ...
A new Elmer tale from master storyteller David McKee that delivers just as much pathos as the very first.