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The Boy Who Loved Mammoths by Rafe Martin
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The Boy Who Loved Mammoths

by Rafe Martin

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Winner of a 1996 Parent's Choice Gold Award and chosen as a 1996 Spring Pick of the Lists by the American Booksellers Association, this is the story of Will, a boy who believes that mammoths exist. When Will finally meets his mammoth in a snowstorm, the real threat of danger clashes with the equally real power of Will’s imagination. With its rich language and penetrating vision, this book will entrance children and adults alike. Will's tale demonstrates the creative power of the imagination and will inspire readers to have faith in theirs. This is the original literary version of Rafe’s acclaimed picturebook Will’s Mammoth, illustrated by Caledcott Award–winner Stephen Gammell. The magic and delight of this tale is brought to life by the 22 illustrations, done in reverse with white quache on black paper, by award-winning artist Richard Wehrman. You can also hear Rafe’s told version of this tale on the audiocassette, Rafe Martin Tells His Children’s Books.

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