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Award for a new book about camels marks the end of a unique Autism Awareness Month

London: ‘On World Autism Awareness Day 2020, Birmingham, United Kingdom based Hump Group launched the book ‘Camel Crazy: A Quest for Miracles in the Mysterious World of Camels’ authored by Christina Adams and published by New World Library.  World Autism Awareness Day was declared by the United Nations as a global day of celebration in 2007.  This day is celebrated annually on the 2nd April to recognise and celebrate the rights of persons with autism.

‘Camel Crazy’ is an inspirational, feel-good and fascinating literary journey about how one person can change the world.   The book shares the story of a mother’s quest to obtain camel milk for her son with autism and the resulting exploration of camel’s special importance to culture, science and people with health conditions everywhere.   During the amidst of a global health pandemic (COVID-19), the book has brought a message of ‘hope, inspiration and guidance during these uncertain times’. (Actual feedback shared by parents of an autistic child on 04/04/2020)

Hump Group also celebrated the end of World Autism Awareness Month 2020 by announcing that ‘Camel Crazy: A Quest for Miracles in the Mysterious World of Camels’ won an award in the Nautilus Book Awards 2019 program.  ‘Camel Crazy’ won a silver award in the category of Health, Healing, Wellness and Vitality.  The book is sold internationally and has gained enthusiastic notice from general audiences, scientists, nomads and health experts in the US, India, UAE, UK and beyond.

Who is Christina Adams?

Christina Adams is an award-winning author of the memoir A Real Boy, is a journalist and speaks on autism, writing, culture, and camels. Her work has been featured by National Public Radio, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, Gulf News, Dubai One, OZY, WebMD, Tata SKY TV, Global Advances in Health and Medicine, and more.

Author website:

What is the Nautilus Book Awards?

The Nautilus Book Awards involves highly esteemed authors and publishers from across the USA, and from over 20 nations around the world. This year’s achievement is more notable due to a record number of entries and a diversity of high-quality books. The organisation states it is “truly encouraged by the new perspectives these books present with which to co-create a better future, individually and collectively.”

Nautilus Book Awards website:

Who is Hump Group?

Hump Group is a community oriented organisation located in Birmingham, United Kingdom that was established in 2015 to educate and raise the awareness of Bedouin (Nomadic) traditions to the wider community.  Enthusiastic readers can purchase their exclusive signed copies of ‘Camel Crazy’ by contacting Hump Group on (delivery is available throughout the UK, Europe and Worldwide):-


Mobile/WhatsApp: +44 (0) 75544 34426

Facebook: Hump Group

Instagram: @humpgroup

Christina Adams is also available for interviews.  For PR and media related enquires, please email Mudassar Yasin on or contact +44 (0) 75544 34426.

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