God's Elephants

Michael Tod’s most recent novel set in the dramatic mountains and plains of East Africa.

When the young female elephant, Temba Kidogo and her Grandfather, the wise old Tembo M’zee, are inspired to climb Kilimanjaro and seek the sacred tusks of the legendary Tembo Jay, they have no idea of the events their action will trigger.

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Words: 139,990
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452361406
About Michael Tod

Novelist, poet and philosopher Michael Tod was born in Dorset in 1937. He lived near Weymouth until his family moved to a hill farm in Wales when he was eleven. His childhood experiences on the Dorset coast and in the Welsh mountains gave him a deep love and a knowledge of wild creatures and wild places, which is reflected in his poetry and novels.

Married with three children and three grandchildren, he still lives, works and walks in his beloved Welsh hills but visits Dorset whenever he can.

Michael Tod has recently published his first non-fiction book 'The Ferry Boat - Finding a Credible God'.

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