TAMMY GOES CANOEING by Elizabeth Baker

TAMMY GOES CANOEING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Antlers, antlers, antlers!"" Tammy wanted so much to bring back a ""meaningful souvenir"" from her camping trip that she thought about antlers and talked about antlers until her older brother Terry dreamed about them. He was disgusted when Tammy cast herself adrift in a canoe with no paddle and when she got lost in the woods following a deer. But Tammy found her way back by following her own tracks and the family acquired enough ""meaningful souvenirs"" for all to share. It's a long time since Tammy Goes Camping (1958) but Tammy is as quixotic as ever. Youngsters who have ever (or never) camped on an island or raced a thunderstorm or shot the rapids will enjoy themselves more with Tammy along.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1966
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin