Hello again savvy savers! Tonight finds us with another great book review, and this time The Adventures of Don and the White Animals: Adventure & Education for children, by Meir Eshel.
This book follows six year old Don White. Don is gifted with a mysterious talent of being able to communicate with animals of all kinds, especially with white animals that have a birthmark on their right limbs; the same birthmark that Don has on the palm of his right hand. When Don realizes his powers, he nominates himself as the “Ambassador of all animals,” and begins to negotiate for the rights of all animals. When the tone of the book changes, and Don finds himself in danger, Don’s animals friends rally to his cause. We also find out that the storyteller of the book is Don’s father, Jack White, who is compelled to confront an invasion of massive animals and a super-natural child, in an attempt to reconnect with his beloved son, and begins engaging his other family member to join Don on his journeys.
This book is better than expected, and would make a wonderful edition to any home e-library!
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