(They are not for sale, they are simply for your entertainment.)
Books (many out of print)
Meet the little camels of the Andes,
the llamas, alpacas, and vicuñas, who are actually
decendants of camels and are not found
anyplace else in the world. Discover great mineral wealth
and explore Machu Picchu, a lost city of the Incas rediscovered.
Along Came a Llama by Ruth Ruck (1978)
The author bought a baby llama to add
to the livestock of her hill sheep farm in Snowdonia, Wales.
The llama was intended to be a useful part of the farm,
not just a bizarre pet, though it did develop
a liking for Easter eggs and cherry brandy.
Puna was a little indan boy.
He lived in the Andes mountains
of Peru. This is a story of Puna
and his llama Michu.
Llama in the Library by Johanna Hurwitz (1999)
In this story fifth-grader Adam
thinks his two llamas will be a hit
at the grand re-opening of the town’s library.
Adam’s llamas are quite humorous.
Pish Posh learns
that every creature
is useful and special
in its own way.
Llama Hiking with Katie by Bob Wynia
Katie is a girl who lives with
her Mom and Dad on a Llama farm.
The book is intended to be both
an environmental education experience
as well as a way to teach vocabulary.
The Lazy Llama by Earle Goodenow (1954)
Hard to find,
but a fine childrens book,
might be appropriate for
early home schooling
or an early unit on llamas.
The Good Llama by Anne Rockwell (1968)
A picture story
The Llama Parlour by Kathy Lette
A paperback novel
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