Camels For Uncle Sam

Fiction Middle

Diane Yancey  
Product Code: 460-915  




Everyone knows camels live in the desert wastes of Arabia. But few know they also once roamed the American Southwest as well thanks to the U.S. military, which more than 100 years ago decided that camels could be ideal Cavalry mounts over the dry terrain.

Ages 9 and above, maps, illustrations, bibliography, 98 pages, 7 x 9, AR

Hardback: 0-937460-91-5 - $16.95
Paperback: 777-442 - $10.95

Best Western Art Finalist in
Western Writers of America Spur Awards Competition

Diane Yancey began writing for her own entertainment when she was thirteen, living in Grass Valley, California.  Later she graduated from Augustana College in Illinois with a degree in biology.  She now pursues a writing career in the Pacific Northwest, where she lives with her husband, two daughters, and two cats.  Her interests include collecting old books, building miniature houses, and traveling.


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