Item description for Caillou Goes Camping (Lift-the-Flap Book) by Claude Lapierre Roger Harvey...
Overview The well-known PBS character appears in a richly illustrated series of books that entertain children and speak to their anxieties as they confront a variety of everyday situations and experiences.
Inquisitive Caillou discovers the great outdoors with his grandpa on a camping trip in the backyard. They see a bird's nest, roast marshmallows, pitch a tent, and finally jump into their sleeping bags. Based on an episode from the Caillou television series, this lift-the-flap picture book introduces children to the basics of camping and helps calm their fears about the outdoors.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.8" Width: 7.6" Height: 0.2" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date May 28, 2007
Publisher Chouette Publishing
ISBN 2894506120 ISBN13 9782894506127
Availability 0 units.
More About Claude Lapierre Roger Harvey
Roger Harvey is the author of Caillou and the Rain, Caillou Goes to Work, and Caillou Is Sick. Claude Lapierre is the illustrator of Caillou and Gilbert,
Caillou: Helps Mommy, and Caillou: My First Vacation. They both live in Montreal, Quebec.
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Camping Trip with Caillou and Grandpa Oct 24, 2007
"Caillou Goes Camping" is a lift-the-flap book based on a story from the show "Caillou." When Grandpa tells Caillou about a time he once went camping, Caillou wants to go on a camping trip too. The two set up their very own camping trip in the backyard and there's a lot of fun to be had. They look at the stars and moon at night, roast marshmallows and enjoy fireflies. Caillou, however, begins to get a bit scared of the night noises.
The flaps each contain a part of the story and reveal fun new pictures as well. This is story that is probably best for parents to read to kids, as it a bit long and those in the target audience may not be able to read it on their own yet.