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by Jared Lee

  • Author: Jared Lee
  • ISBN: 0375825347
  • ISBN13: 978-0375825347
  • ePub: 1532 kb | FB2: 1292 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers (September 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 48
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 541
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Snake Camp (Step into Reading) ePub download

Since 1989, Jared Lee has been entertaining kids with his hysterical .

Since 1989, Jared Lee has been entertaining kids with his hysterical illustrations for the Black Lagoon series, which includes The Principal from the Black Lagoon, The School Nurse from the Black Lagoon, and of course the book that started it all, The Teacher from the Black Lagoon. I love the Stepping Stone books, good stories and good reading levels for emerging readers ready to start beginning chapter books. spoiler alert - full book summary) In SNAKE CAMP, Stevie doesn't want to go to just any camp. He doesn't like the woods, the bugs, the poison ivy, and especially not snakes.

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Stevie Marsh is off for the summer to learn about computers at Camp Viper. He’s not happy about being in the woods with. Stevie Marsh is off for the summer to learn about computers at Camp Viper. He’s not happy about being in the woods with all the bugs and poison ivy and-yuck!-snakes. But how bad can computer camp be? Then Stevie finds out Camp Viper isn’t a computer camp at all. The vipers at this camp are the kind that slither!

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When Stevie Marsh leaves for his stay at Camp Viper, he believes it is a camp to learn about "Viper" computer software.
Gralsa
I thought this was a cute story. The only thing that really bothered me was the fact that the MC lied to fellow campers and never had to admit it. Maybe I'm too picky, but that felt like a bad example for young readers.

Otherwise, the story moved right along and would probably keep a child's interest, but Stevie's lying (several times), was hard to overlook.
Roram
I love the Stepping Stone books, good stories and good reading levels for emerging readers ready to start beginning chapter books.

(spoiler alert - full book summary)
In SNAKE CAMP, Stevie doesn't want to go to just any camp. He doesn't like the woods, the bugs, the poison ivy, and especially not snakes. So Stevie's parents have signed him up for a computer camp instead - Camp Viper. At least they THINK it's a computer camp. But when Stevie arrives there on the camp bus, he learns that the vipers at camp aren't the latest in computers, they're the kind that hiss, have fangs, and slither on their bellies!

Stevie thinks he'll just sneak back on the bus and stow away on its trip back to the city, but finds out that the bus stays at camp all summer. So instead, as the campers are each being partnered up with one of the sanctuary snakes at camp, Stevie says he brought his own snake that's in a box - the horribilis slimus vipera. This rare snake is allergic to light and can only come out on very dark and cloudy days. The other kids are skeptical, but Stevie cleverly convinces them by leaving some lime jello on one of the skeptical campers while he's sleeping, supposedly some of the green slime the horribilis leaves wherever it travels.

While Stevie waits for someone to discover his lie, or a cloudy day to force his hand, he finds a friendly-looking green snake and discovers that he isn't afraid of it - so he adopts it as his snake partner and gives it the name Rocky, which he then changes to Emerald when it lays eggs. When there eventually IS a dark and cloudy day, the kids talk Stevie into opening his suitcase, where he now supposedly stores his rare horribilis snake. When Stevie is sure the empty suitcase will be his undoing when the kids realize he was lying all along, the other campers proclaim the horribilis escaped, and the whole camp turns out to help search for it. And in the meantime, Emerald has begun to follow Stevie everywhere he goes and they have developed a close bond. Stevie asks her questions, with Emerald waving her head up and down for yes, back and forth for no.

The book is cute and silly, far-fetched throughout, and obviously fantasy as the readers gets closer to the end of the book. While some young readers would probably be fooled into thinking the book was realistic fiction, this would be a good book to use in helping young readers distinguish when a book that sounds MOSTLY possible might instead be fantasy, due to only a few aspects of the story.

Young readers will likely enjoy this book - 44 pages, 5 chapters, large print, and full-color cartoonish illustrations. The book cover lists the book as being in the humor genre.
Dukinos
This book is a quick easy read. I was very disappointed that it left a message that it is okay to lie. In the beginning the main character, Stevie lies to everyone and pretends he has a rare snake in an empty box. They never address the issue of his lie and he even ends up covering with more lies throughout the book. I will not be reading this again.
Timberahue
The part I liked the best is when the bull snake was there. My other favorite part was the snake eggs.
Tholmeena
I really, really enjoyed this book, because I personally like snakes a lot. If I were to go to this camp and be able to have a snake for the weeks, then I would totally go!!! I would suggest this to other readers because it is very funny, and it might be good for people that have a fear that they need to overcome. The kid that went to camp viper had a fear of snakes, but he overcame our in the end because he had to be brave.
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