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Harry the Camel by Diann Floyd Boehm
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it was amazing

The first thing you notice when you open this book is the wonderful colours that reflect the colours of the desert; the sand, the camel's hair, and the blue blue sky.
Straight away we are into the story; the character is Harry, the place is Dubai, the problem is that Harry would like to race like a racehorse but he feels that his bulky hump gets in the way.
When Harry sees a zebra, he thinks it is a painted horse until a plover he knows tells him that it is a zebra. Harry now feels he is stupid as well. But then he sees a little boy called Omar who is lost in the desert Harry knows he has to help him and forgets about his own problems. When he gets Omar back to his parents at the race track he is praised for being beautiful and strong and Harry learns to b proud of who he is.
This is a lovely story that will help children be proud of who they are. Children, parents, and teachers will love this book.
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October 15, 2020 – Shelved
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