Daisy did not fit in she was the only donkey in Saul’s taxi stable; every other taxi was a camel, long-legged, long -eyelashed and beautifully golden. It was for that reason that Daisy had never had a fare. She was short, scruffy furred and grey. People who took Sauls taxis were the rich and famous of Jerusalem, and they wanted to be seen travelling in style. A gorgeous camel was perfect for these red carpet A-listers, but unfortunately for her, Daisy was not.
She desperately wants to repay her owner Saul, for all his kindness, but nobody wants to travel on a donkey, or do they?
A wonderful traditional Christmas tale told with a modern twist, a must for children of all ages. This book has been piloted with 25 primary schools and the response has always been the same “Brilliant, perfectly pitched for primary children”. Teachers saw the many ways in which the story can promote making choices and being kind, this is a proven story that children enjoy over and over, wether read alone or shared. Kindle supports this book in full colour illustration. This beautifully illustrated book creates an added depth to the story and shows an age old story in a completely modern re-telling.
“A Book to be shared year after year ……a new Christmas classic” by Amazon reviewer georgie samec.
“I was recommended this book by a friend and bought a copy for my daughter (6) she loves it and asks for it as her bedtime book every night. We now know it off by heart and she still loves it a heart-warming traditional tale told from a modern viewpoint, we love it! :)” online book reviewer Popsicle.
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