On the shelf I found The Wonky Donkey.

Nightowll

Senior Member
Italian
Context: There is a book called "the Wonky Donkey." I am writing about the time I saw this book for the first time.

On the shelf I found The Wonky Donkey.

On the shelf I found the Wonky Donkey.

Do I have to capitalize "the" before Wonky Donkey because it is part of the book title?
 
  • PaulQ

    Banned
    UK
    English - England
    Your post is massively confusing.

    You have written

    There is a book called "the Wonky Donkey." <- From this, I would assume that the book's title is "The Wonky Donkey" and that you made an error by not capitalising the "T" of The.

    What are the exact words of the title on the book? Does it say The Wonky Donkey or does it say Wonky Donkey?
     

    Egmont

    Senior Member
    English - U.S.
    Here's the book:



    By the way, there's a charming YouTube video (no link here, but it's not hard to find) of a Scottish grandmother reading this book to her grandchild and finding it hilarious. As best I recall, the child is too young to understand it and finds it a bit boring.
     
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