Pinky And Rex Go To Camp
Pinky and Rex Go to Camp
Pinky and Rex are going to camp for the first time. Rex keeps telling Pinky how much fun they're going to have, but Pinky just wants to stay home where he belongs. Can the "Dear Arnie" column in the newspaper help Pinky figure out what to do?
Arnie give Pinky some good advice, and so does Pinky's mother. But it's his best friend Rex who tells Pinky what he really needs to know.
From School Library Journal
Grade 1-3-- The fifth entry in this series of beginning readers about two best friends. This time they are heading off to Camp Wackatootchee for two solid weeks. Rex seems excited and is busy getting in shape; meanwhile, Pinky is trying to hide his fear of camp. He writes to the newspaper advice columnist for help. The answer to his letter brings him unconditional support from his parents; the next day he sees the situation from a new perspective when Rex tells him just how scared she would be if he weren't going with her. Readers are sure to identify with the characters as they deal with their fears in different ways, and...