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Who can forget their first camping trip?

"Holidays, lolling days. Mom wishes for museums and art galleries. Dad talks about fancy hotels. My sister Laurie wants malls, anywhere. Duncan dreams of arcades.
And I long for Disneyland."

This year won't be like the others. There will be no paintings or fluffy towels, clothes racks, jackpots or mouse ears. Nancy and her family are going camping. Just the thought of camping is bad enough. Outhouses, mosquito bites, burnt food and lots of work-what kind of holiday is that?

But from the moment their campsite is established, the family slowly begins to discover the magic of life in the wild. Nights so quiet and dark, it's like being wrapped in a blanket. Food that warms the stomach and awakens the senses. Swimming in the lake, climbing trees and lolling in the sun. And millions, no, bajillions of stars.

More time, less o'clock. That's what camping is about.

Baker & Taylor
With little money and a bit of reluctance, a family goes on a camping trip for the first time, experiencing some surprising moments.

Publisher: Markham, Ont. : Allston, Mass. : Fitzhenry & Whiteside, c2002
ISBN: 9781550416688
Branch Call Number: j Picture Book Hun
Characteristics: [30] p. : col. ill. ; 26 x 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Deines, Brian


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