The Night Before Summer Camp by Natasha Wing
The first day of summer camp is almost here, and one little camper doesn’t know what to expect. For a while everything is hunkydory . . . until rest time rolls around and he gets a bad case of nervous butterflies. But an unlikely friend appears out of the crowd and reassures him that the best cure for the summertime blues is tons of summertime fun! A sweetly reassuring story, once again told in verse to the meter of Clement Moore’s classic.
Froggy Goes to Camp by Jonathan London
Froggy”s off to camp! He packs a lot into one week: archery lessons, food fights, and scary stories around the campfire. But only Froggy could also manage to lose his trunks during swim class and overturn his kayak with the camp director in it. Froggy will keep his fans laughing with his latest antics.
The Berenstain Bears Go to Camp by Jan Berenstain, Stan Berenstain
Though Grizzly Bob’s Day Camp looks exciting, Brother and Sister Bear are apprehensive. But after spending a few days trying things out, they discover they can have fun.
Arthur Goes to Camp by Marc Brown
With a cabin full of frogs, Arthur can”t wait to leave summer camp. He runs away during the big scavenger hunt. But his friend”s need Arthur”s help to win against a rival camp. Where did Arthur go?
Camp Out!: The Ultimate Kids’ Guide by Lynn Brunelle
Whether you”re planning an over night in the backyard or a weekend in the wilderness, this book is packed with stuff to know. The basics, from gearing up to choosing a site to building a tarp tent. Tasty outdoor recipes: Solar Oven Pizza, Chow Down Chili and s” more”s of course-with 8 variations.
Cowboy Camp by Tammi Sauer
A little boy who doesn”t fit in at camp finds out just how valuable his non-cowboy skills can be. Every child will relate to the message, the humor, and the deliciously playful illustrations. Giddyup, kids, and gallop right over to read this rootin” tootin” tale of an unlikely would-be hero
Adventures of the Bailey School Kids #2: Werewolves Don’t Go to Summer Camp by Debbie Dadey, Marcia Thornton Jones
The Bailey Elementary third-graders are greeted at camp by the growling, barefoot Mr. Jenkins. He eats nearly raw hamburgers, avoids lights and campfires, and warns the campers about the legend of a little boy”s disappearance and the howl of a lone wolf. Could Mr. Jenkins be a werewolf?
All books can be found online at Indigo.