TAMMY CAMPS OUT by Elizabeth Baker
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TAMMY CAMPS OUT

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Beautiful woodsy wash sketches in black and white convey all the verdure of forest paths as the reader joins Tammy's family for a camping trip. Tammy is chagrined that her brother Terry always knows the better way to do things out-of-doors. Trail blazing, fire-building, cairns, were all old stuff to him. But when a landslide in the river bed canyon cuts the children off from their family, Tammy had her chance to shine. Camping is pretty nearly a universal experience in one form or another, and Beth Krush has made it most attractive in her superb illustrations.

Pub Date: April 25th, 1958
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin