Horse Show! A Donkey-Donk Story (The Donkey-Donk Series Book 2) by Ellen F. Feld (Photographed by John Cebula)

Reviewed by Nancy Eaton

Donkey-Donk is a miniature donkey. She is going to a horse show and has big dreams of possibly winning a blue ribbon. Donkey-Donk knew there would be many obstacles. She had to practice. She might be required to jump, open a gate, and walk around cones. Before the show, she got a much-needed bath.  Purchase Here.

When Donkey-Donk arrives for the show, she is surprised by the number of horses present. This meant there would be a lot of competition. It did not seem to bother Donkey-Donk that she was the only donkey in the competition. She is prepared. Will she win a blue ribbon?

The one thing I love about children’s books is authors always emphasize a particular message. Donkey-Donk wants to prove that practice makes perfect. The story is simple and sends this message throughout the book. The photographs are adorable. Who wouldn’t fall in love with Donkey-Donk’s face? I know I did! This book is recommended for ages 2 and up.


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