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Bad Kitty Camp Daze Hardcover – January 2, 2018
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From School Library Journal
POPGr 2–4—Bad Kitty returns in a complicated tale of amnesia, mistaken identity, and camping fun. After Kitty's bowl hits her on the head, she believes she is a dog and imitates everything Puppy does. Baby notices how Kitty is acting and says, "Kitty no cad! Kitty dog!" but no one will listen. Puppy goes to camp, and Kitty tags along for sing-alongs, campfires, games of fetch, and swimming in the lake. Even camp director Uncle Murray believes that Kitty is a small dog. Interspersed throughout are fun facts from Uncle Murray about why dogs are better at fetch or like to swim more than cats, and why cats like catnip. Fans of the series will love this newest adventure. The role reversal of Kitty wearing Puppy out with demands to play and the antics of the dogs at camp create plenty of hilarious moments. Bruel's images of Kitty with unfocused eyes, droopy ears, and tongue hanging in classic dog fashion complement the uproarious story. VERDICT A seamless melding of text and illustrations. A must-have for early chapter book readers.—Suzanne Costner, Fairview Elementary School, Maryville, TN
About the Author
Nick Bruel is the author and illustrator of the phenomenally successful Bad Kitty series, including the 2012 and 2013 CBC Children's Choice Book Award winners Bad Kitty Meets the Baby and Bad Kitty for President. He has also written and illustrated popular picture books including Who is Melvin Bubble? and Bob and Otto. Nick lives with his wife and daughter in Westchester, New York.
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Sadly, this book was overshadowed a bit by the Bad Kitty Makes Comics book that was received at the same time, but it was still a hit.
These books are amazing, especially for kids on the autism spectrum. I’ve written a few reviews about them and will continue to rave about them until he quits reading them and we quit buying them. Don’t worry, I think that will be college. Or later. And then there is always grandkids.....
We went from 1 borrowed library book last year to owning 11 of his favorite titles. We’ve also borrowed all the titles we can from our local libraries.
I homeschool and my 8 year old was a very reluctant reader. We went from late kindergarten reading last year to starting 3rd grade this week.
One of the most wonderful sounds to hear is your child sounding out words and laughing. It’s like their first steps as a baby. Then the full reading and laughing. I remember each of these moments like they were yesterday. Well, one of them WAS yesterday but I’m sure I’ll remember it next year.
These books put my son onto the path of reading. Grateful does not begin to express what I feel.
In Camp Daze, Puppy goes to a camp for dogs to get a vacation from the stress of living with Kitty (even though Kitty is the one who has been getting terrorized by Puppy and Baby). Kitty ends up sneaking into the camp, where the camp counselor is Uncle Murray. The relationship Kitty has with Uncle Murray does not disappoint in this book. The two are silly and will leave your kiddo, and you, giggling 😊