Giveaway! Meet ‘Ellie,’ The Pretty Pachyderm

© Disney / Hyperion
© Disney Hyperion

Ellie, out this month from Disney Hyperion, is a gorgeous picture book written and illustrated by Mike Wu. Wu is an artist at Pixar, and his talent shines through on every page. Ellie is one of the rare picture books where your gaze lingers after you’ve read the words on the page to admire the soft colors and expressive characters.

Ellie is an elephant who calls a quiet zoo home. When the animals rally to save their zoo by pitching in to clean up their home, Ellie isn’t sure what she can do to help. When Ellie finds her chance to make her mark on the zoo, she discovers a talent that just might be the key to saving her home.

This is your chance to win a copy of this beautiful picture book! Thanks to Disney Hyperion, you can win the book, a print by writer/illustrator Mike Wu, and a child’s T-shirt (size S) featuring the adorable elephant.

Photo Courtesy Disney Hyperion
Prizes / Photo Courtesy Disney Hyperion. Art print and T-shirt © Tiny Teru

To enter our giveaway, just log in to the Rafflecopter widget below with your Facebook account or email address (use a valid email so we can let you know if you win). You can then like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for up to two entries! If you already like/follow us, it will still enter you in the giveaway.

A winner will be chosen at random at the end of the contest and displayed below. You must reply to the email notification within two days in order to be considered a winner.

U.S. entries only. Contest ends May 13, 2015.

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Visit Tiny Teru for more adorable prints and apparel for kids.

GeekMom received a promotional copy for review purposes. Special thanks to Disney Hyperion and Tiny Teru for providing the prizes for this contest.

Kelly Knox is a freelance writer in Seattle, WA, where she contributes to local parenting magazines. She also writes for, Geek & Sundry, Forever Young Adult, and more. You can find crafts and art projects for geeky families at her blog The St{art} Button.