Donkey Donkey

Donkey Donkey

By: Roger Duvoisin
Published by: Grosset & Dunlap
Publication Date: 1940

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Donkey-donkey got discouraged about his long ears. He had everything in the world to make him happy, but his ears made him very sad. Hector, the dog, advised Donkey-donkey to let his ears hang down; Fuzzy-fuzzy, the lamb, thought they ought to stick out straight at the sides. Rosa, the pig, had suggestions, too. Of course, in the end, Donkey-donkey learns that he is handsomest when he holds his ears the way a donkey should.

Children will truly delight in these engaging drawings with their sparkling colors.

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