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What Can I Do? A Donkey-Donk Story

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What Can I Do? A Donkey-Donk Story

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Donkey-Donk has moved to a new farm where all the horses and ponies have special jobs.  But as much as Donkey-Donk tries, she just can't do any of those jobs.  Will she ever find something that she can do?

 

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Soft-cover

36 Pages

Full-color

Ages 4 and up

ISBN: 978-0-9831138-7-4

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REVIEWS

What Can I Do? A Donkey-Donk Story is a charming narrative about the adventures of a miniature donkey moving to a new home.  This easy-to-read account was paired with beautiful photographs and turned out to be a joyous addition to our homeschool library...this book is a fun look at a day in the life of a miniature donkey trying new things. Our children and preschool book club attendees definitely enjoyed the story and the lesson that each horse’s talent is important on the farm. I would recommend this book for children ages three to eight years old. - The Old Schoolhouse Magazine 

If you are searching for a picture book to read to your homeschooler or class that will illicit smiles, peels of laughter, and giggles, then look no further. What Can I Do? A Donkey-Donk Story by award-winning author, Ellen F. Feld, is the perfect book. I read this wonderful story to my first-grade class, and they absolutely loved it! The book is not too long, so they were actively engaged and I knew I had their attention after the first page. - Valerie Schuetta, M.Ed., Classroom Reviews

This is an adorable story of the 'little donkey' that 'could.' Granted, he faces each challenge with the understanding that perhaps he 'can't' do 'that,' but he has conviction to keep trying (and maybe some day he 'can'). Hands down, this is a terrific story for young children who need a dose of 'never give up and you too can succeed'! Well done little lady! Donk is truly precious! - Diane Lunsford, Feathered Quill Book Reviews