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Free eBook Otto Goes to Camp download

by Todd Parr

Free eBook Otto Goes to Camp download ISBN: 0316739006
Author: Todd Parr
Publisher: Little, Brown Young Readers; 1 edition (April 28, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 24
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Size MP3: 1652 mb
Size FLAC: 1870 mb
Rating: 4.7
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Otto takes on the great outdoors. But-oh no, fish don't like Otto's bone, his stick is too short to roast marshmallows, and he doesn't pack his knapsack with all the 'right' things. But when the campers come upon a hungry bear, Otto's cherry pie saves the day!
User reviews
My grandchildren love the Otto books.
My five year daughter loves all the Otto books and this was no exception. Todd Parr does an excellent job.
My kid love it, he can not read, he is only 4, but he memorized every dialogue!! He "read it" by himself every night before sleep.
We were given an OTTO book from a friend and my son loves the stories. He loves reading this one over and over again.
Book had some binding damage; son LOVES the Otto series so he didn't mind. It came in a timely fashion.
Missing a page.
While I don't believe this latest book about Otto the dog is on par with Otto Goes To Bed or Otto Goes To The Beach, my preschoolers still love it. In this story, Otto goes to camp and while having a hard time of it at first, uses the items he packed from home to win over his fellow Camp Woof campers and a bear. I guess, my biggest issue is the ending of the book where in a message from Todd & Otto it is suggested that kids always take their favorite toys with them wherever they go so that they don't miss home. This is fine, I guess, but really I try to get my kids not to take their toys with them everywhere so that they can interact with new and different things away from home. But, that's just me...and we haven't yet had the argument of, "Well, Otto and Todd say I should bring my toys with me." Fans of the Discovery Kids series ToddWorld will be familiar with Todd Parr's illustrations and while Otto isn't Benny from that series, he looks and acts a lot like him.
This was our first Otto story, given as a gift last year to my son. Although we now have the other Otto books, this remains my son's favorite. "Silly Otto" and "Smart Otto" have become commonly used phrases in our daily life. We also recommend any of the author's non-Otto books; they are colorful, fun, and consistently promote and teach healthy attitudes and understanding for everyone about self-esteem, family, love, belonging, being different, etc.