Wilma, The Elephant is a German original, written by Erwin Moser in 1988. There are 4 books in this set. This is the Chinese translated version.
Wilma, the tiny baby elephant, is separated from her parents on the second day she is born. Feeling lonely, she goes in search for her parents. Along the way, she meets a honey fly, a snail and then joins a frog-and-grasshopper musical band. When she grows too big for them, Wilma sets off alone, finally meeting a turtle who takes her across the river where she meets a childless Pig couple. The lonely couple takes her in and gives her a home.
In Book 2, Wilma continues her search for her parents. She manages to reunite with them (in Book 2) but eventually decides to wander off on her own as she is not used to living with the herd. In Book 3, Wilma forms strong friendship with her 3 newfound friends - the Mouse, the Lion and the Eagle. Follow her as she embarks on more adventures in the jungle in Book 4.
A lovely story that parents can read to your child. Beautiful illustration, simplified Chinese with no hanyu pinyin.
For reading to the child, we would recommend these books for children who are 4 and above. For self-read, it is recommend for children of 8 years old and above.