The Story Machine narrates the story of Elliott, an adventurous boy who likes to explore things new and old. One day, he came across a weird looking machine, and for some time, he just could not figure out how it worked. It did not even have an on/off button! Being from the new generation, Elliott was quite in a fix.
However, by some sheer luck, he makes the machine go! Apparently, it prints letters. Elliott is both overjoyed and sad at the same time, as he’s not very good with words. But after some analysis, he notices that some of the letters look like pictures. This gives him the incentive to form images and weave a beautiful story!
With enchanting pictures and a sweet, simple text, Tom McLaughlin makes this book a must-have for every child. An inspiring story about finding the creativity inside of us, The Story Machine represents the simple joys of life in a world overcrowded with high-tech gizmos.
So, if you want to inspire your little one with the help of written words, then this will be the perfect choice for you! Order today!
The Story Machine
Elliott is a boy who likes to find things and, one day, he stumbles across a machine. At first, he can’t work out what the machine is for – it doesn’t beep or buzz like all his other machines and it doesn’t have an ON/OFF button. Then, quite by accident, Elliott makes the machine work. The machine makes letters! Elliott thinks it must be a story machine but, sadly, Elliott isn’t very good at letters and words. How can he make magical stories without them? But, wait, some of the letters look like pictures. Elliott is good at pictures and, as he discovers, pictures make stories.
An inspiring, uplifting picture book about the simple joys of a typewriter in a world of hi-tech machines. Perfect for fans of Oliver Jeffers.
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