Humpy Grumpy's Mission Improbable by Julia Johnson
  

Synopsis

Humpy Grumpy's Mission Improbable by Julia Johnson

The wild adventures of the popular Humpy Grumpy camel continue in Humpy Grumpy's Mission Improbable! Humpy loves the movies and dreams of being an action star - driving fast cars, scaling tall buildings and catching criminals. One day all his wishes come true as he is thrown straight into the action for real - the tallest building in the work is surely no match for the coolest camel in Dubai. Will Humpy's improbable rescue mission succeed?

About the Author

Julia Johnson is a drama teacher turned children's author, storyteller and performer who first came to Dubai in 1975. She has appeared on stage, TV and radio in the UK and in Dubai, has toured Theatre-in-Education productions to schools and has recorded over 100 audio books. She has written over a dozen stories for children including The Camel That Got Away. The Turtle Secret won the Best International Children's Book Award at Sharjah International Book Fair 2014. She has toured schools and colleges in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and the Northern Emirates, Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia with talks and workshops. She recently launched her new title, Ubuntu: Summer of the Rhino at the Emirates Literature Festival 2016.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Julia Johnson
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Publisher

Medina Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st March 2016

ISBN

9781909339590


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