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Biscuit Goes Camping (My First I Can Read)…
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Biscuit the puppy camps out in the back yard.

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This book is a very quick, simple read. The main character and Biscuit go camping in the backyard and see all that camping in a backyard has to offer. At the end of the book it takes a twist when it begins to rain. I think this would be a good book for the classroom for students to read aloud. Very simple words and a simple nice story with cute illustrations. ( )
  chelseagarland | Dec 1, 2016 |
Biscuit the puppy camps out in the back yard.
  mcmlsbookbutler | Nov 13, 2016 |
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BISCUIT GOES CAMPING is at the beginning First Grade Reading Level.

It's a book I think of as Biscuit-light. By which I mean that not much goes on. Biscuit and girl set up in the backyard to camp. They see a frog and lightning bug and then have to rush inside because rain and lightning threaten.

The artwork by Pat Schories is sweet. Alyssa Capucilli manages to tell the tale with 151 words that are presented in a suitably large font. Biscuit fans will no doubt like to practice their reading with this book but there's not remarkable about. Just a good solid practice reader. Here is some sample text from two pages:

Oh no!
Here comes the rain!
How can we go camping now?

Woof, woof!
Woof, woof!
Biscuit! Wait or me!
  PamFamilyLibrary | Sep 2, 2016 |
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