Edmund Pickle Chin, A Donkey Rescue Story

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Pub Date 12 Dec 2014 | Archive Date 04 Sep 2016

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Edmund Pickle Chin, A Donkey Rescue Story is based on a true story. Edmund, the main character, is an abused donkey who is the first of many animals to call Evermay Farm, a small rescue in central Georgia, home. Susan, Edmund’s care giver in the story, not only gives the shy donkey the time and patience he needs but gives him a new name every day of the week. The title takes on one of those nicknames she so lovingly calls him. As Susan starts to take in new critters, Edmund finds himself changing. As his name grows, so does his trust and acceptance. Edmund soon learns that he is not only needed but wanted. This confused, frightened donkey’s life changes as he becomes a hero, a babysitter, and a companion to the other residents at Evermay Farm.

Edmund Pickle Chin, A Donkey Rescue Story is based on a true story. Edmund, the main character, is an abused donkey who is the first of many animals to call Evermay Farm, a small rescue in central...


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This is a cute book about a rescue farm. Edmund Pickle Chin Pedro Big Head Ed Elwood is the main animal and kids will love the name and how he gets each one. He is a rescue donkey who is very afraid of people. He gradually learns to trust Susan, one of the authors, and becomes a companion and protector to the other rescued animals on the farm. This is a true story and the actual photographs at the end of the book are wonderful. This is a great story to teach children about care and loving of animals as well as teaching them about the many rescue operations around the world. A great book for public, school, class and home libraries.

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