Rosco the Rascal Goes to Camp

Rosco the Rascal Goes to Camp

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Ten-year-old James and his seven-year-old sister, Mandy, are off to summer camp with their loyal German shepherd, Rosco. While Mandy struggles with homesickness, James's week is threatened by a prank-playing bunk mate's antics. But during an unexpected thunderstorm in a game of capture-the-flag, the prankster finds himself lost and alone deep inside the forest. Rosco must play the hero and save the boy but not before he and James teach him a hard-earned lesson about friendship. "Charming, heartfelt, and fun! Kids will love it!" - E.G. Foley, New York Times Bestselling Author *Recommended for ages 6-10 *Grade level K-5th *138 pages The Kindle version of this book is FREE with the purchase of the paperback! ..".a page-turning adventure...I would not be surprised if you get to watch a movie based on this book!" "The book was funny and made me want to go to camp." "I loved the part where they were playing capture-the-flag, and how Rosco saved the day." Amazon reviewers Fans of The Magic Tree House series will love this brother and sister pair, and fans of classic, heroic dogs - from Lassie to Beethoven - will love Rosco. Book Tags: Middle Grade Book Chapter Book Series Book Books for Second Graders Books for Third Graders Books for Fourth Graders Book For Kids Adventure Book Books for kids ages 6-8 Books for kids ages 7-9 Books for kids ages 6-10 Books for kids ages 7-10show more

Product details

  • 9-12
  • Paperback | 131 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 8mm | 154g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1514646838
  • 9781514646830
  • 1,847,448

About Shana Gorian

Editorial Review The author's personal love for summer camp and her great German shepherd dog flows through the story loud and clear. The daily details so orderly laid out will make children hopeful for such a fun summer experience. This is a great bridge book that will carry young readers further into their literary journey. The theme is pertinent, the characters relatable, and the outcome substantial. It will carry a love for reading into a more personal focus, developing an interest for novels. A young girl accompanies her older brother for her first big sleep-away adventure at Camp Hickory Ridge. Timid and unsure, her brother comforts her with the assurance she will enjoy herself so much that she won't be able to wait until next year comes again. Many may fondly remember the growth, the development, and solidifying of our sense of self that came in those times of a peer society. Challenges, victories, even failures, that brought us home champions. Darleen Wohlfeil, Story Monsters Ink magazine, June 2016show more

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29 ratings
4.68 out of 5 stars
5 72% (21)
4 24% (7)
3 3% (1)
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