Awhile ago, I wrote about Luna the Library Horse. Well, this time, it’s a camel. I don’t know if this camel has a name or not but it travels the Gobi Desert, transporting an array of children’s books.
Its owner Dashdondog Jamba writes, translates, and publishes children’s books – and then carries them via camel to remote areas in the Gobi Desert. He has gone 50,000 miles throughout Mongolia – by camel, by horseback, by oxcart. Recently, he has purchased a van.
Hopefully the camel keeps up its job as a library, even if it’s getting help from the van.
Read more at The Trumpet.