Poncho The Donkey That Wanted To Be A Horse

[Reading] ➶ Poncho The Donkey That Wanted To Be A Horse  ➬ Erica  T. – Johndore.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 45 pages
  • Poncho The Donkey That Wanted To Be A Horse
  • Erica T.
  • 09 January 2017

About the Author: Erica T.

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Poncho The Donkey That Wanted To Be A Horse book, this is one of the most wanted Erica T. author readers around the world.

Poncho The Donkey That Wanted To Be A Horse THIS BOOK IS FREE TO BORROW FOR KINDLE UNLIMITED MEMBERS A Down To Earth, Cute And Inspiring Moral Story For Ages 4 8 Perfect For Early Readers And Bedtime Reading This Book Contains Messages About Exploration Of Identity, Recognition Of One S Strengths And Growing Confidence Through The Journey Of Poncho The Donkey, Children Will Learn About Navigating In An Environment In Which They May Be Different From Everyone Else Growing Up, There Invariably Will Be Times When They Might Aspire To Be Someone They Look Up To, Or Spend A Lot Of Time And Effort To Impress Others This Story, Will Accompany Them Along The Way Reminding Them They Are Not Alone In The Process And Encouraging Them To See The Best In Themselves Featuring Fun And Colourful Illustrations Of Farm Animals If Your Little Ones Love Animals They Will Love This Book

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5 thoughts on “Poncho The Donkey That Wanted To Be A Horse

  1. Grady says:

    Being a donkey wasn t so bad after all Australian born Chinese author Erica T makes her literary debut with this charming children s book PONCHO THE DONKEY THAT WANTED TO BE A HORSE A sensitive writer as well as a humanist, Erica delivers a moral story that touches on exploration of identity, recognition of one s strengths and growing confidence The exceptionally fine illustrations are by Giorgos Papastathopoulos.We meet Poncho who is the only donkey on the farm that houses horses, cows, pigs, chicken and other animals Poncho thought he was a horse having his four legs, hoofs and long tail, but when Farmer Jack needs help pulling carriages and herding sheep Poncho was always ignored He requests to guard sheep but the horses laugh at him because after all he is only a donkey and they force him to look in the mirror to prove it Undaunted, Poncho asks Farmer Jack to allow him to pull a carriage and with perseverance Poncho is able to pull the laded carriage The horses still scold him that he is not a horse because he doesn t have a mane so Poncho sews a mane out of cloth in the secret of night The next day the horses mock his cloth mane Again Poncho insists he is a horse and attempts to accompany a sheep herding up a mountain but he is very slow He tries to haul a heavy load on his back but again he doesn t quite make it But Farmer Jack sees the courage of Poncho and assigns Poncho a sheep guarding assignment with the horses, but when a wandering coyote comes along, the horse are afraid, but not Poncho Poncho stays calm and brays the coyotes away Farmer Jack is very proud of Poncho for his bravery and for doing things only a donkey can do He at last was proud to be a donkey This is a well written, entertaining bedtime story with a very fine moral being different can make you special and give you confidence Highly recommended on all levels

  2. Andrex says:

    Be yourself and use the talents given to YOU Meet Poncho, the donkey, who lived on a farm with a variety of other animals As Poncho was the only donkey on the farm, he lived with the horses This made Poncho believe that he was a horse The horses did not want him to be apart of their team but Poncho was determined to fit in and do all that the horses did Sadly the horses, like humans, made fun of him That all changed ONE DAY when an event occurred to change everything What was it How did this happening change how Poncho saw himself This is a GREAT short story with a VERY valuable lesson I downloaded this book onto my Kindle I was not required to write a review but chose to do so Thanks, Liz