First designed in 1939 to hold penguin books, the penguin donkey has become a classic piece of design. The central section is great for holding books and magazines, and it also holds up to 80 paperback books. This model is made from natural birch. Isokon Plus produce three versions of the Penguin Donkey in a variety of finishes. It was named the Donkey because it had four legs and two panniers. You can see all three versions of the Penguin Donkey here, and the price is .
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