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Donkey Ollie and the Parables of Jesus - cover

Donkey Ollie and the Parables of Jesus

Brian Stewart

Publisher: Boat Angel Donation Center

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What a wonderful collection of fun stories for children. These are simply terrific learning lessons. They are colorful, funny and tie into the wonderful world of Donkey Ollie. These books have been translated into over 60 languages world wide and are taught on five continents.

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