Tabor is a young camel who has a great life surrounded by family and friends in the tents of the trading post of his owner, Omar. His mother, Reba, and his father, Malachi, take good care of him, and Malachi warns Tabor not to go too close to the outside caravan owners because some of them are cruel.
But then Tabor meets Trina, a young girl camel in the palace caravan. She is beautiful and well-dressed but also unhappy. The palace caravan owner strictly controls her life and that of her mother; if they do not behave, they may be separated. The caravan owner only cares about selling them, but both Trina and her mother want to be free. Tabor feels that he must do something, so he begins to pray for them. Others join in, and soon Tabor discovers that faith and prayer are powerful; he learns to appreciate the family and friends he has. And then he witnesses an event that will change the world forever.
In this Christmas story, a young camel named Tabor learns to face life’s challenges using faith and prayer and better understands the importance of family, friends, and kindness.