Hello muddah, hello faddah: (a letter from camp)

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Dutton Children's Books, May 10, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah! Here I am at Camp Granada. . . . So begin the lyrics that have been cracking up listeners since 1963, when songwriters Allan Sherman and Lou Busch borrowed the music of Ponchielli's "Dance of the Hours" to create the funniest camp song ever heard.On a rainy first day, a young camper writes home in the hope that his "Muddah" and "Faddah" will let him leave the dreaded Camp Granada. Bemoaning everything from the lake that has alligators to battling counselors and waiters to a bunkmate with malaria, this kid lays it on thick. But just like the weather, a camper's attitude can improve when the sun comes out. Jack E. Davis's exuberant and quirky watercolors are the perfect accompaniment to Sherman and Busch's tongue-in-cheek humor.

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Review: Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah (A Letter From Camp)

User Review  - Cheryl - Goodreads

I notice the lack of sheet music bothers some reviewers - but it wouldn't help those of us who don't read music. Rather, I just say, hooray for YouTube! Cute song, cute book, but not hugely meaningful to me. Read full review

Review: Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah (A Letter From Camp)

User Review  - Goodreads

I notice the lack of sheet music bothers some reviewers - but it wouldn't help those of us who don't read music. Rather, I just say, hooray for YouTube! Cute song, cute book, but not hugely meaningful to me. Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Allan Sherman was a performer, songwriter, television producer, and writer. He died in 1973.

Lou Busch was a pianist, songwriter, and music producer. He died in 1979.

Jack E. Davis has illustrated many books, including The Zack Files series by Dan Greenburg.

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