The Donkey's Christmas Song

The Donkey's Christmas Song

Board Book - 2006
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A very special baby is born in a stable under a star, surrounded by friendly farmyard animals. The donkey wants to be the first to welcome the baby, but he is too shy. So the doves welcome him with their "Coo-coo," the cow with her "Moo-moo," and all the other animals in turn. Then, the baby welcomes the shy donkey with his own sweet smile. The donkey brays - "Hee-aw!" - and the baby laughs with joy! Then all snuggle around the baby and settle into sleep. This warm presentation of the first Christmas celebrates the wonder of a baby's birth and welcomes all into the spirit of holiday joy.
Publisher: New York : Scholastic Press, 2006, c2002
Edition: Board book ed
ISBN: 9780439746182
0439746183
Branch Call Number: EB TAF
Characteristics: [32] p. :,col. ill

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Fluffy Apr 09, 2008

Love the illustrations and the story about the animals greeting Jesus and how the donkey goes last because he is loud and he makes the baby laugh.

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