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Jo-Jo the Melon Donkey by Morpurgo, Michael & Helen Stephens
Jo-Jo the Melon Donkey
by Morpurgo, Michael & Helen Stephens
 

From a master storyteller, a romantic evocation of Venice brought to life through a timeless story of an evolving friendship

"Melons. Melons for sale!" Every day, Jo-Jo brays the same message and carries the heavy melons through the streets of Venice. Bullied by his master and plagued by flies, Jo-Jo is loved by nobody. But one day, somebody notices Jo-Jo—the famous Doge's daughter herself! And when danger looms, the Venetians need a hero to save them. This story about the evolving friendship between Jo-Jo and the friend who loves him despite his lowly position creates a feeling of warmth and hope.

 
Published May, 2014 by Egmont Books, Limited, Paperback, 40 Pages, ISBN: 9781405263535, ISBN-10: 1405263539, List Price $10.99.

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