"The underlying, serious message is well-balanced by the humorous premise and continued humor in art and text…This quirky French-Canadian import stands out—rather like an elephant at an art museum." - Kirkus Reviews
"In a simple, gentle way, the author describes what it is like to be misjudged based on one's appearance and misinformation." - Resource Links
“This quirky book humorously demonstrates the danger in judging others by their outward appearances.” - School Library Journal
“A story of acceptance and friendship, between a boy, his elephant, and their love for the museum.” - Montreal Review of Books
“This short book has plenty of fun. Everything in the illustrations is just a little off-kilter, and much of the humor comes from the juxtaposition of the deadpan text with the slightly exaggerated art.” - The Horn Book Online
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