Hannibal: The camel who longed to be special

Good manners dictate that one eats with ones mouth closed. Hannibal the camel doesn’t do this, no camel does. Flubbery lips flap,  jaws swing – that’s what being a camel is all about.

Hannibal is not happy with this and he wants to impress the lovely Cleo. He consults Dugg the dung beetle, Oz the ostrich and others, but following their advice just makes Hannibal look silly. Then he discovers something about Cleo that changes everything…

A story from a Christchurch-based author and illustrator about identity and individuality.


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Pauline Marshall


Candice Haare-Smith


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