Funnie Family Vacation

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Disney Press, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 55 pages
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Doug is sure his summer is completely doomed when he has to go on a week-long camping trip with his entire family. To top it all off, he has to miss Beebe's annual swim party. But this vacation turns out to have a few surprises, and Doug realizes that hanging out with his family and Judy isn't that bad -- especially when Patti Mayonnaise tells him how much she missed seeing him at the party!

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Doug is stuck on a family vacation, but all he wants to do is be home at a party so he can get Patti's attention. On top of that, he is rivaling with his sister Judy. Will his vacation turn around or ... Read full review

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Author Pam Muņoz Ryan was born in Bakersfield, California on December 25, 1951. She received a B. A. in child development and a M. A. in education from San Diego State University. Before becoming a full-time author, she worked as a bilingual Head Start teacher and as an early childhood program administrator. At first, she wrote adult books about child development, but soon switched to writing children's books. She has written over twenty-five picture books, novels, and nonfiction books for young readers. The novel Esperanza Rising, winner of the Pura Belpre Medal, the Jane Addams Peace Award, an ALA Top Ten Best Book for Young Adults, and the Americas Award Honor Book, is based on her own grandmother's immigration from Mexico to California. Riding Freedom has also won many awards including the national Willa Cather Award and the California Young Reader Medal. When Marian Sang, a picture book about singer Marian Anderson, won numerous awards including the ALA Sibert Honor and NCTE's Orbis Pictus Award. In 2015 her title Echo made The New York Times Best Seller List. She also won a Kirkus Prize in the children's literature category with her title 'Echo'.

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