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ISBN:0833527320
Author: Judy Delton
ISBN13: 978-0833527325
Title: Camp Ghost-Away (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Pee Wee Scouts)
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Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Publisher: Turtleback Books (June 1, 1988)

Camp Ghost-Away (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Pee Wee Scouts) by Judy Delton



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Author : Judy Delton. Publisher : Turtleback Books. Pee Wee Scouts: Camp Ghost-Away (English). Anastasia on Her Own (English).

Camp Ghost-Away ~~ Judy Delton. Is it a tiger? Or could it be a spooky ghost? Find out why the Pee Wee Scouts call their camp Camp Ghost-Away! Full Synopsis.

Camp Ghost-Away (Pee Wee Scouts, Published January 5th 2011 by Random House Books for Young Readers. Camp Ghost-Away (Pee Wee Scouts, Published January 5th 2011 by Random House Books for Young Readers.

Book in the Pee Wee Scouts Series). Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780440400622.

But when the Pee Wee Scouts are tucked away in their tents for the night, a strange and scary voice calls out, "OOOO ooo eee!" Molly shivers. Is it a tiger? Or could it be a spooky ghost? Find out why the Pee Wee Scouts call their camp Camp Ghost-Away! In this series.

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Library Binding, 128 pages. Published May 31st 2016 by Turtleback Books.

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Under the supervision of Mrs. Peters, Molly Duff and her fellow Pee Wee Scouts sell donuts door-to-door to finance a camping weekend, but once in the wilderness the campers are frightened by strange, unexplained happenings.
Reviews: 7
Amis
This book was on my child's summer "recommended reading" list. About half-way through the book she came to me and said, "Mommy, the people in this book aren't very nice." After she went to bed, I read through the book myself and I have to agree with her assessment -- the characters in this book are not very nice to one another and, as another reviewer has already noted, there really is an awful lot of name-calling. One child is even referred to repeatedly as a "sissy." In the end this did become a "teachable moment" for us -- my daughter and I were able to discuss the ways in which the children were not very nice to one another, and what we might do if we were in a situation where someone spoke to us that way or we witnessed someone else being treated badly. So I guess all's well that ends well -- but I really must say, I'm not a fan of the Pee Wee Scouts.
Togor
My boy asked for this series specifically for Christmas. Of the 20 or so books he recieve these are by far his favorite. He has read each one 2 or 3 times by now. I would happily buy him as many of these as he requests.
Adrielmeena
This was on the recommended reading list for my younger son for kindergarten. He loved it and has read it several times.
playboy
Love these books
Drelajurus
This book was assigned to my third grade son to read and then complete a book report. I have read every page with him and although it is a good story there is a lot of name calling in the book. I am not sure what this adds to the story or what lesson it teaches. I feel as though the dialog could have been handled completly different. I also had a problem with one characters who continued wanting to put a hex on the other characters. How do you handle, "Mom, what is a hex and why does that girl want to do that to the other girl?" I have not shared my opinions with my son. I only confirm his feelings when he suggests how a character should have talked to their peer instead of insulting them or name calling. I am very interested how his book report turns out.

Please give us something of quality to read for children at this reading level. I think there is enough name calling in our regular day, we do not need it when we are curled up in our favorite spot reading with our children.
Eigonn
We read this over two days at before
They really liked it and was eager to see what happens next.
Reemiel
This book is used in my oldest's homeschool curriculum so we bought the kindle version to download to his tablet. I asked him how the story was and his first words in reply were, "Really cool!" So it got a positive review from our 7 year old =)