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Kids Fiction 233
You can camp anywhere!
Overall rating 
 
5.0
Plot/Characters/Writing Style 
 
5.0
Illustrations/Photos (if applicable) 
 
5.0
When Dad tells Nancy stories about when he and Mom used to go camping, Nancy knows it's something she has to try. However, she doesn't want to wait. Even though it's too late to go into the woods, Dad pitches a tent in the backyard.

At first, Nancy is upset because there aren't any mountaintops or beautiful views. According to Dad, when camping, you have to make the best of what you have, so Nancy helps him set up the tent. It's harder than she imagined! When it's finally done, rain starts to come down. The tent starts leaking and they have no choice but to go inside. Nancy isn't ready to give up though. She knows her dad was excited about camping too and she doesn't want to let him down.

I love how this book encourages children to get outside while also bonding with their family. Nancy finds the good in a bad situation and doesn't let the rain stop her from camping. It might not be like Dad's stories, but it's even better because they're doing it together as a family. There's also some fancy stickers in the middle of the book that children will love! I know my little girl did!


Final Verdict: I would recommend this to fans of Fancy Nancy, camping, and activities to do with your family, no matter what the weather has in store.
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