Jeremiah the Donkey and the Day of Palms

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Jeremiah was a young donkey who just wanted to run and play in his field. But he discovered he had a special job to do.

Who was asking him to do this? What would happen? How would meeting this man make all the difference?

Join Jeremiah on his new adventure to Jerusalem!






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“Children will like hearing the journey to Jerusalem on Palm Sunday from the perspective of Jeremiah, the donkey.  The combination of text and illustrations will keep children’s attention, especially with the twist as Jeremiah meets Jesus.  Great for home and Sunday school.”

–Rachel Hills, Christian Education Director, St. John’s Lutheran Church in Parkville, Maryland.





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About the Author

Danny photoThe Reverend Danny R. Hammons received his Master of Divinity and a Master of Sacred Theology from the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in History and Language from the University of Maryland.  Pastor Danny serves as the Lead Pastor of St. Luke Lutheran Church in Gales Ferry, CT. He previously served as co-pastor with his wife, the Reverend Maria J. Hammons, at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Baltimore, MD.

One of Pastor Danny’s greatest joys is teaching children (of all ages) about God’s love, especially sharing God’s story during Sunday morning children’s sermon time.You can often ind Pastor Danny carrying out his ministry with his rescue pal Riley – his best buddy and constant canine companion.


About the Illustrator

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Robin T. Nelson is a children’s book writer and illustrator who has studied watercolor painting at the Lyme Academy of Fine Art.  She follows the color theory of the artist Stephen Quiller, with whom she has taken several workshops.  She recently retired from many years as a research scientist and can now devote more time to art.  Robin is a scientist at heart, a devoted wife and mother, and enjoys using her artistic skills for humanitarian purposes.