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  • SubGenre:Animals / General
  • Age Range (years):3 - 5
  • Language:English
  • Pages:200
  • eBook ISBN:9780996642217


The Hard Working Camel

by T.S. Daggenhurst

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Long ago in a hot sandy desert blanketing the land as far as the eye can see,  a hardworking young camel takes pride in his day to day chores.  One day, after braving a challenging sand storm, Habibi, the young camel realizes he is not alone! Brought together by the sand storm and a good deed done, the new friends learn the most important lesson of all good things can come, from the most difficult times.
Long ago, in the middle of a vast, hot desert, a young, hardworking camel named Habibi took pride in his daily chores.   One day after work, Habibi journeyed home solo when he got caught in a strong, unexpected sandstorm.   When the dust settled, the young camel realized he was no longer alone! Brought together by the dust storm, an unlikely friendship is forged by a good deed.   The new friends learn that good can emerge from the most difficult situations.
About the author
First-time writer T.S. Daggenhust introduces us to Habibi, the hardworking camel.  Habibi was written for the author’s two younger brothers. He wanted to share the importance of dedication, gratitude, and paying attention to instruction from one’s elders. T.S. Daggenhust lives between New York, Los Angeles and Paris. He cares for himself and the planet by eating healthy, organic food. He speaks several languages fluently. T.S. Daggenhust is a composer, a musician, a student, and an avid surfer and traveler.
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