Koobla the Camel introduces children to the delights and peculiarities of the animal (and insect) world. These aspects are interwoven in a funny, weird, and surprisingly fast-paced way, with a light moral thread that promotes the idea of belonging and family.
Koobla the Camel wants some excitement in his life. Becoming an Elephant might be the way to go, but he soon changes his mind. Turning up as an Aardvark is the next rushed decision, but that becomes a ticklish situation. Acting like a Lion proves to be risky business and he makes a very hurried return to his family.
She is the author of two publications déjà vu, a literacy booklet (1992), and Dr. Quark, a picture book, published by Koala Books 2004. Other credits include competition awards for juvenile fiction and poetry published in children’s magazines in Australia.