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Books with title Pony Scouts: The Camping Trip

  • Pony Scouts: The Camping Trip

    Catherine Hapka, Anne Kennedy

    Paperback (HarperCollins, March 4, 2014)
    When Meg goes camping for the first time, she doesn't know what to expect. Unprepared for lots of bugs, long walks to the bathroom, and spooky, scary stories, Meg learns that camping is far more than just a slumber party outdoors. . . it's a true Pony Scouts adventure! This series is full of all the rich details young horse lovers devour, from pony-centric plots to a "Pony Pointers" vocabulary page at the end of each book. Go camping with the Pony Scouts! This is a Level Two I Can Read book, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help.
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  • Pony Scouts: The Camping Trip

    Catherine Hapka, Anne Kennedy

    eBook (HarperCollins, March 4, 2014)
    When Meg goes camping for the first time, she doesn't know what to expect. Unprepared for lots of bugs, long walks to the bathroom, and spooky, scary stories, Meg learns that camping is far more than just a slumber party outdoors. . . it's a true Pony Scouts adventure! This series is full of all the rich details young horse lovers devour, from pony-centric plots to a "Pony Pointers" vocabulary page at the end of each book. Go camping with the Pony Scouts! This is a Level Two I Can Read book, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help.
  • The Camping Trip

    Jennifer K. Mann

    Hardcover (Candlewick, April 14, 2020)
    Ernestine has never been camping before, but she’s sure it will be lots of fun . . . won’t it? An endearing story about a girl’s first experience with the great outdoors.My aunt Jackie invited me to go camping with her and my cousin Samantha this weekend. I’ve never been camping before, but I know I will love it.Ernestine is beyond excited to go camping. She follows the packing list carefully (new sleeping bag! new flashlight! special trail mix made with Dad!) so she knows she is ready when the weekend arrives. But she quickly realizes that nothing could have prepared her for how hard it is to set up a tent, never mind fall asleep in it, or that swimming in a lake means that there will be fish — eep! Will Ernestine be able to enjoy the wilderness, or will it prove to be a bit too far out of her comfort zone? In an energetic illustrated story about a first sleepover under the stars, acclaimed author-illustrator Jennifer K. Mann reminds us that opening your mind to new experiences, no matter how challenging, can lead to great memories (and a newfound taste for s’mores).
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  • Pony Scouts: The Camping Trip

    Catherine Hapka, Anne Kennedy

    Hardcover (HarperCollins, March 4, 2014)
    When Meg goes camping for the first time, she doesn't know what to expect. Unprepared for lots of bugs, long walks to the bathroom, and spooky, scary stories, Meg learns that camping is far more than just a slumber party outdoors. . . it's a true Pony Scouts adventure! This series is full of all the rich details young horse lovers devour, from pony-centric plots to a "Pony Pointers" vocabulary page at the end of each book. Go camping with the Pony Scouts! This is a Level Two I Can Read book, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help.
    J
  • The Camping Trip

    Jim Adduci

    eBook
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  • The Camping Trip

    Jim Adduci

    eBook
    It is about two boys, Dave and Billy, who go camping in the woods of New Hampshire for the first time alone; and the situations they encounter, and how they deal with them with the help of a mysterious Indian that shows up. The story teaches kids about life's lessons, and how to enjoy and appreciate what you have.
  • The Camping Trip

    E. S.

    language (E.S. Publishing, Oct. 27, 2014)
    “The Camping Trip - 2nd Edition” is a beautifully illustrated and unique children’s book. It is a story of a camping adventure, painted with vibrant colors. Many images refer to actual scenery in Franconia Notch State Park, NH, and surrounding areas. This book may inspire your entire family to go outside, enjoy nature, and take a similar trip of their own. This book has colorful illustrations and looks best with Kindle for ipad, Kindle for iphone, Kindle for android, or Kindle Fire family devices. The book is compatible with any other device as well.
  • The Camping Trip

    Gwen Kruger

    language (, Jan. 24, 2013)
    Randy remembers John's first camping trip. If there is a mistake to be made, John makes it, but Randy helps save him. The first night they are visited by a bear or is it some girls pretending to be a bear? The girls seem to know far too much. They go fishing and canoeing, each time with the girls fresh on their heels. When the bear visits again, what will the two boys do? Surely it isn't a real bear, or is it?
  • The Camping Trip

    Catherine Hapka, Anne Kennedy

    Library Binding (Turtleback Books, March 4, 2014)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. When Meg goes camping with the Pony Scouts, she finds herself unprepared for bugs, long walks to the bathroom, and spooky stories.
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  • The Camping Trip

    Creating Character

    Paperback (Creating Character in the Growing Years LLC, )
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  • The Camping Trip

    Margie Harding, Jennifer Phipps

    Paperback (Painted Gate Publishing, March 10, 2017)
    Brody’s behavior on the school camping trip leaves some of the friends completely frustrated. What he shares at the end of the day, however, demonstrates his ADHD doesn’t mean he isn’t thinking, as he “wows” them in a way they least expected.
  • The Camping Trip

    Creating Character

    Paperback (Creating Character in the Growing Years LLC, March 15, 2008)
    Citizenship-The Camping Trip Kid Definition-"A good citizen follows the rules." Being a part of a group means following the rules. Children should be taught that rule-following isn't always easy, and may not always be what we most want to do, but that it is still a very important part of belonging to a group-in other words, being a good citizen. Creating Character in the Growing Years is a company formed for the express purpose of providing character education tools for teachers, parents, and all educators to help create good character in young children - positive traits and values that are sadly lacking in our culture today. The writers have developed an effective early childhood character education curriculum called the Peddlesfoots designed for preschool, kindergarten, and first grades, although older children are also enjoying the Peddlesfoots stories and curriculum as well. The curriculum is research-based, standards driven and proven to enhance literacy and positive behavior in young children. The stories are centered around a family of rabbits called the Peddlesfoots who through their varied antics and adventures, learn to make wise moral choices in the face of many pressures-relatable choices that our children are having to face each day.