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Donkey-Donkey Hardcover – April 10, 2007
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"...and this story is finished."- Roger Duvoison
Note on illustrations: 1940; they have a vintage appeal with soft colors that are natural and farmy. Think: "fresh milk". Hope that helps.
The illustrations are simple but convey cheer and life. The artist-writer, Roger Duvoisin, won the Caldecott medal for his art work in 1948 for his book, "White Snow, Bright Snow."
In this book we see that Donkey has many farmyard friends, and his master "is the kindest man in the village." But Donkey is not happy because his ears looked just too long and ugly. So the story is about how he tries to solve that problem. He wears his ears in many positions, and all bring trouble. And then he discovers the very best position for them and is happy from then on. Can you guess what that position is? The answer will bring smiles to young readers and a good lesson too.
Still a great story for little ones.
The book was in worse condition than I was lead to believe.
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Brought back memories of a childhood book that I am able to share with grandchildren.Published 12 months ago by Terry Harlan
This is a great book. I use to read it to my children and plan to read to to my grandchildren. I always loved it.Published 21 months ago by K. Balmforth
This is a children's book that is great to look at but boring to read. I have not found a child yet who liked the story. Read morePublished on January 23, 2013 by D. Hardin