The Berenstain Bears Go to Camp
Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain
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"Though Grizzly Bob's Day Camp looks exciting, Brother and Sister Bear are apprehensive. But after spending a few days trying things out, they discover they can have fun."--The Reading Teacher.
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(Berenstain Bears first time books) Summary: The Berenstain cubs enjoy day camp, although they are dubious about the end-of-season powwow and sleep-out at the top of Skull Rock. ISBN: 978-0-307-97881-3 (ebook) [1. Camping—Fiction. 2. Bears—Fiction.] I. Berenstain, Jan. II. Title. III. Series: Berenstain, Stan. Berenstain bears first time books. PZ7.B4483Bep [E] 81-15864 AACR2 v3.1 Title Page Copyright First Page It was the last day of school and the beginning of vacation—that wonderful time
firelit smoke as it curled up into the night sky. After the powwow, they had cocoa and honey bread. Then they curled up in their sleeping bags. And soon they were all fast asleep … even Sister. The next day Brother and Sister did very well in the Field Day games and contests. Brother won a trophy for finishing second in the dash, and Sister got medals for the dead-bear’s float and for her bead belt. It was almost the end of summer; school would be starting in a couple of weeks. “Well?” asked
Papa. “How did you like camp?” “It was great!” said Brother, hugging his trophy. “It was great!” agreed Sister, wearing her medals proudly. “But you know something? After Grizzly Bob’s Day Camp, school will be like a vacation!”
didn’t look anything like school! Grizzly Bob had built his camp beside a lake at the edge of the forest. There were log buildings, a flagpole flying the camp flag, a big bulletin board with the camp rules—there certainly were a lot of rules—some interesting paths, a roped-in place to swim.… There was even a big red canoe! Bob had made name tags for the cubs. “You’re campmates now, so you better get to know each other,” he said. Then he took them on a tour of the camp. There was an office