Mesa, Arizona – Feb 08, 2016 – Boat Angel announces the completion of Tales of Donkey Ollie, a, fully illustrated book series adapted from the animated television series Adventures of Donkey Ollie which has recently been translated into Bulgarian for all ages. The project is now ready for free downloads for those who wish to read it in Bulgarian
“We are so excited that tales of Donkey Ollie in Bulgarian has been prepared for both digital downloads and print ready copies,” says Executive Brian Stewart (Adventures of Donkey Ollie Television Series). “I am really proud of the work our animators and translator have done and we truly believe that families across Bulgaria will be enthralled to be able to read our forty Sunday School lessons in their own language. These books can be printed for use in Sunday School and elementary schools. The files can also be used digitally on people’s home computers, laptops, and mobile phones.”
The Tales of Donkey Ollie are child friendly stories about the Ten Commandments, The Lord’s Prayer, The Miracles of Jesus and The Names of God. They feature international TV star Donkey Ollie (TBN, DAYSTAR, CORNERSTONE, NRB, TCT) his three brothers, Isa, Esau and Jeremy on their farm in Bethany, Israel where they live with Farmer John their Aunt Alana and Ollie’s best friend Rupert the Raven. These stories give children a great exposure to the Bible and help them learn concepts as simple as generosity, sharing, and kindness while teaching them respect for authorities and parents and how to live in the modern world by practicing age old concepts like following moral laws and teaching faith in God and respect for one’s fellow man. Many of Tales of Donkey Ollie take a humorous approach to some very serious subjects helping children learn valuable lessons and concepts in the most creative way possible.
“These tales are captivating to young minds and it is a great privilege to have them available for the country of Bulgaria. It is a known fact that there are millions of people interested in a religion that live in Bulgaria. We are also aware that children’s Sunday school materials are not readily available in the countries that were part of the Soviet Bloc. We are thankful to do our small part to share the same materials that have endeared themselves so much to children and their parents here in the United States and in Ethiopia, Africa. We are hoping to be able to make apps in the many other languages. IT is our desire that Donkey Ollie would be freely available so parents and children worldwide will be able to experience these books in their own languages.”
Please download the files from here:
If you wish to download the English android version you can visit: