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Elephant White is Lucy's favourite toy (she's played with him so much, his white is all patchwork now), until she gets a sparkly fairy doll. So Elephant White decides he needs to find a new home. He tries joining the Mouse Circus, the Weasel Pirates and the daredevil Red Swallows pilots, but nowhere feels like home. Finally, Elephant White finds Lucy and discovers she has been looking for him all along and is very happy to be able to take him home.

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Will Brenton co-created leading UK TV programmes for children, including The Tweenies, Boo!, and Jim-Jam and Sunny. He has written the Playdays titles Rosie's Special Day Roundabout and A Topsy-Turvy Day (Reader's Digest Books) and is now director of the Wish Films company. This is his first title for Templar. Holly Clifton-Brown graduated from the Chelsea S

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Holly Clifton-Brown was born in London, and attended Chelsea School of Art Media and Design and Bristol UWE Faculty of Art, Media and Design, where she attained a first class honours BA in Illustration. Her work has been exhibited at The London Transport Museum and in the 2008 Degree Show at the Conningsby Gallery. As well as creating greeting card ranges s

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