Babymouse: Camp Babymouse

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Random House, May 8, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
36 Reviews
Welcome to Camp Babymouse! Two weeks of fresh air, fun, and friendship! Babymouse can't wait for the adventures to start. All that she has to do is relax and make sure she doesn't get lost in the wilderness. What could possibly go wrong, right Babymouse? Uh . . . Babymouse? BABYMOUSE? Uh-oh! Will camp be all that Babymouse dreams of? Or is our brave and fearless camper lost forever?! Find out in the sixth Babymouse adventure: Camp Babymouse!

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Review: Camp Babymouse (Babymouse #6)

User Review  - Rebecca - Goodreads

Poor Babymouse. I love that she is so persevering even in the midst of everything going wrong. She keeps trying and redeems herself, even if it doesn't all end up happily ever after. She has a good time and finds her worth in the group. Read full review

Review: Camp Babymouse (Babymouse #6)

User Review  - Bmack - Goodreads

This was my first Babymouse book and I really liked it. I can see why the series is popular. I is a great graphic novel for younger students. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Growing up, brother-and-sister team, Matthew Holm and Jennifer L. Holm were avid (though not always successful) backyard campers. Today Jennifer Holm is the author of several highly acclaimed novels, including Penny from Heaven and the Newbery Honor-winning Our Only May Amelia. Matthew Holm is a graphic designer and freelance writer.

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