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Only A Donkey

By Celeste Walters

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Format: Paperback, 32 pages
Published In: Australia, 04 February 2008
At the farm, the donkey is teased by the other animals - especially the bull! Then one night the donkey has a magical dream. The following morning, the all set out on an amazing journey. This uplifting story of humility, courage and compassion weaves in the heroic Anzac legend of Simpson and the Donkey. Lyrically told and beautifully illustrated, it is a story that demands to be read and re-read, while the timeless themes will inspire readers of all ages.

About the Author

Celeste Walters has been a teacher, a children's theatre actor/manager, a lecturer in Drama and Language and Literature at Deakin University and writer-in-residence at tertiary institutions as well as in primary and secondary schools. Celeste has published texts on drama and the writing of eulogies. Her novels for younger readers include Treading the Boards and of her books of verse, Who's Who at the Zoo, illustrated by Patricia Mullins, is a special favourite. Celeste has also written several novels for young adults, including The Last Race, the award-winning The Killing of Mud-Eye, The Glass Mountain and Deception.

EAN: 9780143501220
ISBN: 0143501224
Publisher: Puffin
Dimensions: 27.5 x 23.1 x 0.3 centimetres (0.11 kg)
Age Range: 5-9 years
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What a beautiful story. I bought this book for my grandson, who is 5 and the whole family enjoyed it. The message that everyone is important and that we should all be helping each other, was delivered beautifully. The art work was superb. I highly recommend this book. Linda
Margaret Mijat on
A very touching story about a donkey who was not very happy at the farm in which he lived. The other animals said he was useless and weak. One night the donkey had a dream that he saw himself walking along an open road that would lead him to a place where magic would be. All the animals laughed at him, but they wanted to come along. When they arrived at a city street they came upon a bronze statue of a donkey and the donkey spoke about the war and how he carried over 300 men whom would have died if they didn't get them to safety. Back and forth through gunfire they carried the injured and dying to safety. And he was only a donkey. The animals all held their heads down low and that night the animals gave pleasant sayings and the donkey now was very happy. At the end of the book, it gives a bit of detail about the 'man and his donkey which I found it a great way to finish the book.

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