Item description for Arthur Goes to Camp -(Arthur Adventure Series) by Marc Brown...
Overview Arthur is not looking forward to Camp Meadowcroak, and when mysterious things start happening there, he decides to run away.
Publishers Description Everyone's favourite aardvark has had enough of Camp Meadowbrook. The rotten food, poison ivy and barking counsellors make Arthur a very unhappy camper. Homesick Arthur is ready to run away from camp until he inadvertently wins the scavenger hunt for his team.
Citations And Professional Reviews Arthur Goes to Camp -(Arthur Adventure Series) by Marc Brown has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Wilson Children's Catalog 96 - 01/01/1996 page 629
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Studio: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 7" Height: 10" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 1984
Publisher Little, Brown Young Readers
ISBN 0316110582 ISBN13 9780316110587 UPC 719122005953
Availability 0 units.
More About Marc Brown
Laurie Krasny Brown is an author, educator, and parent committed to providing answers to the questions children have. She has written many books, including the popular Dino Tales: Life Guides for Families series, illustrated by her husband, Marc Brown. Marc Brown is the creator of the bestselling Arthur Adventure book series and co-developer of the children's PBS television series, Arthur. He has also created a second book series, featuring D.W., Arthur's little sister, as well as numerous other books for children. Marc Brown lives with his family in Tisbury, Massachusetts, on Martha's Vineyard.
Reviews - What do customers think about Arthur Goes to Camp -(Arthur Adventure Series)?
Arthur Goes To Camp Apr 22, 2008
While attending a session at the Double "H" Ranch in upstate, NY, I found this book. At the time the Ranch allowed children the opportunity to take one book home. To this day, I still have this book, and love to read it! While the focus is on Arthur's loneliness,is a common feeling for young people in many situations. Arthur learns being away isn't all bad. A new adventure's around the corner for Arthur, and his pals!
This Book Is Funny! May 27, 2004
This story is about Arthur going to a summer camp. He is nervous about going and gets homesick. He feels lonely at camp. At the end of the story he helps his team win and he finally loves camp. We liked this book because we love Arthur stories.
Homesickness Dec 10, 2003
This book tells about the time Arthur's parents decided to send him off to camp. Arthur isn't sure he wants to go, and is a bit homesick. The children at camp play pranks like setting off smoke bombs, putting frogs in people's beds, and hiding their clothes. Arthur writes home postcards about how lonely he is. He still manages to enjoy himself somewhat, however, when he helps his team win the intercamp scavenger hunt. Arthur fans may get a kick out of this book, as well as kids who dream of going to summer camp. The book about 700 words.
Arthur goes to camp Oct 6, 2003
This was a great book. It was about-facing fears and doing something you don't think you would like. Arthur has to go to camp and he thinks its horrible then he gets there and it starts out bad then gets better as soon as they figure out whose trying to scare them. They end up scaring them right back and winning the scavenger hunt and he has a great time. I think this is for ages 5-10. It teaches kids know matter how bad u may think something is it may not turn out so bad.
Arthur Goes To Camp Oct 3, 2003
In this book Arthur's parents send him to a summer camp with a few of his friends. Arthur wasn't pleased with the idea of spending a summer at camp and it seemed to only get worse. When spooky thing starting happening, the campers decided to investigate, and find out who had been playing the tricks on them, and at the same time, have fun. The book wasn't a bad read, kids between the ages of 3 and 5 would most likely enjoy it.