#7 The Dance Of The Elves

This story describes the concern of a group of elves during a period of no rain in their forest. It tells of the bravery of one elf, Beecher, who went to search for water to save the leaves from wilting. On his quest, this courageous elf meets many wonders of the natural world.

The Dance of the Elves By Andrew Linnell, Illustrated by Elizabeth Auer

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