As an author and mother, one of my favorite things to do with my children is read to them and we all loved the story of Harry The Camel.’
Karen Osman, author
“A heart-warming, beautifully illustrated story with a powerful message of recognizing self-worth. It shows that it’s okay to be different and that we must accept our unique qualities because we are all special in our own ways.”
Nosheen Saba Khan, librarian, Kings’ School, UAE
“A beautiful, poignant story, Harry the Camel has the same thoughts that so many have when comparing themselves with others. The text and images weave together to teach a valuable lesson that each person has their own special qualities. It is only when we see this uniqueness that we begin to appreciate the rich diversity in our world today.”
Lorraine Taylor, author, Be BrandYou
With a mixture of browns and blues and various other hues to compliment the neatly designed illustrations, the lighthearted and tender story, Harry The Camel, evokes the often-thought provoking question, “Am I good enough.”
Self-acceptance is a reality that people grapple with. Finding support and encouragement along the path of life can be rewarding and motivating, yet sometimes it is our own insecurities that cause self-inflicting feelings of isolation and rejection.
Like Harry The Camel, embracing our own uniqueness is a quality to behold, being grateful and proud, makes life more meaningful with both new friends and old.
Jill O. Patrick, author