Daniel the Camp-er

Daniel the Camp-er

Daniel the Camp er An alternate cover edition can be found here Daniel s back and even draw ery than before There are a few simple rules Daniel follows Rule One never let an adult see your weakness Daniel made that mist

  • Title: Daniel the Camp-er
  • Author: S.J. Henderson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • An alternate cover edition can be found here.Daniel s back and even draw ery than before There are a few simple rules Daniel follows.Rule One never let an adult see your weakness Daniel made that mistake and look where he ended up summer camp.Rule Two never make fun of the person who feeds you, unless you like Miss Gunderson s peppery pancakes and green hamburgers.An alternate cover edition can be found here.Daniel s back and even draw ery than before There are a few simple rules Daniel follows.Rule One never let an adult see your weakness Daniel made that mistake and look where he ended up summer camp.Rule Two never make fun of the person who feeds you, unless you like Miss Gunderson s peppery pancakes and green hamburgers Rule Three stay away from girls who love Glitter Ponies They have cooties, after all.And Rule Four never, ever lose your magic pencil But Daniel has broken all of his own rules Now he s stuck and starving at Camp Bigfoot with the school bully as his bunkmate and an ooey gooey girl who won t leave him alone If all of that wasn t bad enough, his prized possession, a pencil that brings his drawings to life, has gone missing and wacky creatures are popping up all over camp Can Daniel survive Camp Bigfoot and find his magic pencil before it s too late

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    3.0 out of 5 stars Daniel's Adventures at Camp, March 14, 2015 This review is from: Daniel the Camp-er (Daniel the Draw-er Book 2) (Kindle Edition) (S.J. Henderson) through @storycartel.I received an ebook in exchange for an honest review. The positives are many - cute storyline, subject - camping is always good for plots, subplots and many characters. If I think of the book as written from the perspective of a nine-year-old, however, I see some issues. I don't see that "magic" has much appeal i [...]

    Camp, bad food, and spiders -- The most dreaded things in a youngster's life. Luckily Daniel has his friend Annie, some yummy Pi-zzabots, and his magic pencil to help him survive. Until, the pencil goes missing. In this book, we go on a grand adventure to find the pencil, escape Bigfoot, befriend aliens, and overcome all the adolescent challenges presented when one goes to camp. Author, S.J. Henderson, proves once again that she knows kids and big kids alike. DANIEL THE CAMP-ER is a must read fo [...]

    A book review of Daniel The Camp-er by S.J. HendersonThis review has originally appeared in A bohemian mind at work.I have received an ARC copy of this book in exchange for honest review. I also have a purchased copy from .Readability according to age groupS.J. Henderson has taken us back to our childhood by unleashing the highly imaginative, super creative Daniel's world on us.The language is simple, emotions well depicted, usage of imagery, perfect. You can visualize every scenario well enough [...]

    Disclaimer: I was an editor for this novel, but that doesn’t affect my honest review.My Review: Though this book is slated for the age group of 6-12, but anyone looking for an entertaining read can enjoy this. I think I mentioned this in previous reviews, but I love reading children’s books. There’s something about them that brings back the “good old days” and the innocence of a kid’s life. More than that, DANIEL THE CAMP-ER really captured the thoughts and voice of a nine year old b [...]

    This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom dot com.I haven't read the first book in the series, so I felt a little bit lost. At first I thought Danny had an overactive imagination, considering both his talking cat and how he imagines the worst scenarios of everything he comes across. It wasn't until the bats that I figured out his magic was real. It's a pretty fast paced book; Danny goes through camp a [...]

    This ebook should be rated I think with five stars for such a neat and cool adventures with laughers in it too! And it's a very clean read for children!I enjoyed it a lot. About Daniel and his adventures and mishaps and the having to deal with poor cooked meals while there except for perhaps twotwo very good ones. Also Daniel coming to the rescue of a girl who also wore pony shirts every day when she was stung by bees. I recommend this ebook for children who love to read and perhaps even went to [...]

    With Daniel the Camp-er, S. J. Henderson has created another wonderful children’s book. Daniel has to cope with kids who don’t like him and kids he doesn’t really like, with adults who are pretty strange – at least from a little boy’s point of view. Daniel the Camp-er is a heart-warming and fun read – there are no lags. I was drawn into the story right away. I felt quite close to the characters and their experiences. All characters were believable, still leaving room for the readers [...]

    This was a fun summer read that will keep both younger readers and adult entertained and laughing. Daniel is a fun charater and I enjoyed his observations on things from girls (so realistic and hysterical), to camp bullies, and spiders! If you've ever gone away to sleep away camp, you can identify with a lot of this, but there's the added enjoyment of Daniel's imagination that makes the story even more intriguing. A fun read for all ages. Even if you haven't read the first Daniel book, this can [...]

    I read the first Daniel book and really enjoyed it. S.J. Henderson does a great job writing in the voice of a young boy. This one was just as exciting as the first one, and reminds me of the fun and not so fun times at summer camp. I agree with a previous writer that at first I was disturbed by how incompetent the adults were, but then remembered that I was viewing things through the eyes of a nine-year-old boy with an active imagination. I highly recommend this to parents and teachers of kids ( [...]

    Absolutely as brilliant as the reviews say. 'nuff said?There's a moment as a writer when you read another writer's work and you just sigh and say, "Yup. That's excellent." This story fits that category. It's funny. It's zany. It'll tickle you with its improbable events and wry, insightful humour. But it also has a solid underlying message and shows fine character growth through the story.Highly recommended for Middle Grades readers who think that drawing Bigfoot into existence is as funny as sco [...]

    I had the pleasure of reading this a couple weeks ago for S.J. Henderson, and I absolutely adored Daniel. She’s managed to nail the voice of a nine-year-old boy with precision.Now, I didn’t read the first Daniel book, but I most definitely will be now. I think my eight-year-old and six-year-old will adore this book almost as much as I did.With a colorful array of characters, each with their own unique personality, and a multitude of hilarious situations, what’s not to love? If you’re loo [...]

    Welcome back Daniel!I enjoyed reading this book as much as I did with the first one. It's intended for children but will make grownups feel young again; great to see the world from the point of view of a child. It's a heartwarming story about friendship and adventures.My favorite part of the story was Daniel saving his new friend, Bobbie Lou. Expect to laugh, giggle and smile as you read through the story.

    This book had me cackling over and over as I read it. A funny, real look at a kid stuck at camp, Henderson nails the voice and mindset of a kid. As a paranormal fan, I also appreciate the magic involved as well. I recommend this for anyone with kids, or who just wants a fun read that will make you nostalgic for childhood.

    Another super fun read and adventure for Daniel. Who doesn't remember what camp was like when they were a child? Author S.J. tells it perfectly, right down to the Camp Activities, to the sleeping cabins and the food!

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