Have you ever been teased you because you were different? Have you ever been afraid that you would be made fun of because something about you didn’t ‘fit in’ with everyone else?
Donut Butt, a bighorn sheep who lives in Rocky Mountain National Park, is going through that very same thing. He is made fun of because of a birthmark on his hiney that looks like a doughnut. Poor little Donut Butt is so upset, he decides to travel all the way to Washington D.C. to try to get Congress to help. When that doesn’t work out, he is even more confused and sad-until something wonderful happens, and Donut learns the secret to happiness. Find out what happens when Donut Butt brings this secret back to all other bighorn butts!
The signing was rescheduled and now will be on Oct. 6 and will take place at Hastings 2401 N. Ave., Grand Junction, CO. 81501. It is from 3-5 p.m.
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