Synopsis by Alice Day
This Rudyard Kipling classic tale is about the camel who refused to work, even as other animals around him did so. To requests for help, he merely replied, "Humph!" The Djinn warns that he might say this once too often, and this the camel does. He finds a large protuberance on his back, which the Djinn announces is a mixed blessing, enabling him to work for three days without stopping to eat. Jackson Gillman performs the story with the help of computer animation, bringing a modern touch to a series of stories that are timeless in their appeal for children and adults alike.