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eBook Camel Lot ePub

by Moselle Schaffer

  • ISBN: 0140123326
  • Category: Nature and Ecology
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Moselle Schaffer
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Penguin Books; Reprint edition (May 1, 1991)
  • Pages: 288
  • ePub book: 1463 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1317 kb
  • Other: lit lrf txt azw
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 821


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It is the true story of Moselle Schaffer and her zoo-illogical farm in Indiana where camels, zebras, llamas, Siberian tigers, monkeys, miniature horses, and a pig named Hamley all live.

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The heartwarming story of how an animal lover created a zoo in her own backyard. A zebra may greet you at the front door; Carlie Llama may steal a kiss, and two tigers who have an aversion to hats may loudly voice their objections - from the den outside the kitchen - to any guest wearing one. These animal antics are not from the world of Dr. Dolittle, they are all part of Moselle Schaffer's farm/bed-and-breakfast in Westfield, Indiana. One of the few private individuals with a license to breed endangered species, she has a menagerie that includes ostriches, camels, marmosets, a kangaroo, and numerous others - many of whom share the house with her. "Camel Lot" is filled with zany anecdotes of life with these exotic and entertaining animals.


Dark_Sun Dark_Sun
Cute story, I purchased two for my grandkids.
spacebreeze spacebreeze
It seems to be in perfect condition. The story is absolutely fabulous, educational, funny, inspiring
Tat Tat
I read it myself and loaned it to multiple friends (always being very sure to get it back). Very funny, always interesting. Highly recommend.
Arryar Arryar
Author Moselle Schaffer died in August, 2000. She was an elegant, witty, strong woman with a sharp sense of humor and tons of Southern charm. She was eccentric in spades and lived life precisely on her terms. If you can track down this quirky, funny book, by all means, buy it. Moselle also did a lot of freelance writing and she gloried in animal stories. She wrote several for The Indianapolis News at a time when I was chief of The News' Metro North Bureau, covering the two north suburban counties that included Camel Lot. I also discovered along the way that she had been a close friend and confidant of the late Frances Farmer, the ill-starred actress whose tragic life included a final chapter as an afternoon movie hostess on the former WFBM-TV in Indianapolis. Before she died of cancer in 1970, Frances gave Moselle a charm bracelet she had received when she was featured on the old Ralph Edwards "This is Your Life" TV show. All of the female subjects of the show, which was a kind of precursor to today's "Biography" but featured surprise reunions with people from the subject's past, received a charm bracelet with miniature representations of important places or events in the woman's life. She confided to Moselle that she never liked the bracelet. Miss Farmer is entombed in a Fishers, IN cemetery mausoleum.