From Publishers Weekly
A welcome new paperback series features first-grade boys and girls who are members of Pee Wee Scout Troop 23. Delton has a keen ear for the joys and miseries of being a six-year-old. In each book, eight short, well-paced chapters chronicle such trials as the boredom of school for those who already know how to read and spell; the frustration of having bigger feet than rich, stuck-up Rachel; the shame of crying at camp from homesickness. The conclusions are satisfying, the cover and interior illustrations diverting. This series should quickly garner a following. Ages 6-8.
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From the Publisher
Donuts, donuts, a mountain of donuts. Molly Duff rubs her stomach. She'd like to eat them, but the Pee Wee Scouts are going to sell them. Door to door. To earn badges and help pay for a weekend at camp. Mrs. Peters, their troop leader, plus one mother will go to camp too. Molly can't wait to swim and hike and sing around the campfire!
But when the Pee Wee Scouts are tucked away in their tents for the night, a strange and scary voice calls out, "OOOO ooo eee!" Molly shivers. Is it a tiger? Or could it be a spooky ghost? Find out why the Pee Wee Scouts call their camp Camp Ghost-Away!