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Stubby s Destiny is an inspirational story about a defeated donkey, Stubby, who feels he was born wrong. He was just about to give up when Divine destiny tapped him on the shoulder. He was chosen to carry the King of Kings upon his back. Stubby s Destiny will bring hope to hurting children who feel their situation is hopeless."
Paperback, Large Print, 20 pages
Published October 18th 2008 by Guardian Angel Publishing (first published 2008)
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Melanie
Jun 14, 2011 rated it really liked it
Stubby's Destiny
Written by Dixie Phillips
Illustrated by Kim Sponaugle
Published by Guardian Angel Publishing

Stubby's Destiny is a about an orphan donkey who wants to be like the great stallions who work for the King. Sly the stallion takes time to work with Stubby on his trot, his stance, his grace. Much stumbling and tears later Stubby realizes he will never be a magnificant stallion. He goes home to the stable with tears in his eyes, feeling he has no divine destiny.
The next morning Stubby is
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Cheryl Malandrinos
Sep 10, 2009 rated it it was amazing
Stubby is a donkey who feels he has been born all wrong. He'll never find his Divine destiny because he's got poor posture, doesn't have a regal stance like Sly the stallion, and is always in the wrong place at the wrong time. Stubby never would have thought that he would be chosen to carry the King of Kings.

This might just be my favorite Christian children's book. The minute we received "Stubby's Destiny", my five-year-old daughter wanted to read it. In this simple tale of a defeated donkey wh
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Jenna Sue Bennett
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