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Camp Tiger

Every year a boy and his family go camping at Mountain PondUsually they see things like an eagle fishing for his dinner a salamander with red spots on its. A boy is on a late summer camping trip with his family befriends a tiger It s up to the reader to decode if the tiger is real or not There s something special about this story that leaves the reader uestioning what s real and what s not I loved it Encounters with Rauschenberg up to the reader to decode if the tiger is real or not There s something special about this story that leaves the reader Doctors, Ambassadors, Secretaries uestioning what s real and what s not I loved it

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His mother is encouraging him to do things on his own just like his older brother And the most different thing of all this year a tiger comes to the woods.. The writer is a novelist and it shows This is so unnecessarily wordy that I just started skipping bits while reading it out loud A boy and his family go camping A talking tiger shows up But the book isn t written in a playful way It s of a profound metaphor of um something The artwork is amazing I have no idea what the story was going for

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Back and chipmunks that come to steal food while the family sits by the campfireBut this year is different This year the boy is going into first grade and. I don t think that I uite understand what this book is supposed to be but the illustrations are cool

  • Hardcover
  • 40
  • Camp Tiger
  • Susan Choi
  • English
  • 20 October 2018
  • 9780399173295

About the Author: Susan Choi

Susan Choi was born in South Bend Indiana and was raised there and in Houston Texas She studied literature at Yale and writing at Cornell and worked for several years as a fact checker for The New YorkerHer latest novel Trust Exercise was the winner of the National Book Award for Fiction and was a national bestseller Trust Exercise was also named a best book of by The Washington.



10 thoughts on “Camp Tiger

  1. says:

    Wild and wondrous Camp Tiger reads like Calvin and Hobbes adapted to a literary picture book about growing up A boy and his family go

  2. says:

    I'm not sure if I even fully get this book But I kind of love itA little boy goes camping with his family dad mom and older brother As they prepare to set up camp a tiger walks out of the woods As if that's not unusual enough the tiger starts to talk He asks the family if they have an extra tent because all he has is a cave and he's kind of cold The family does in fact have an extra tent so the tiger proceeds to spend the rest of the trip

  3. says:

    A boy is on a late summer camping trip with his family befriends a tiger It's up to the reader to decode if the tiger is real or not There's something special about this story that leaves the reader uestioning what's real and what's not I loved it

  4. says:

    Another recommendation from MsB thanksLast days of summer every year the boy and his family take one last trip to camp at Mountain Pond This year the boy and his family are brought face to face with a Tiger rather unusual in many ways no other campers in the park no park rangers and tigers are not native to North

  5. says:

    I don’t want to understand it I loved it To fully understand it would take away some of the glamour of this children’s book No overthinkin

  6. says:

    I don't think that I uite understand what this book is supposed to be but the illustrations are cool

  7. says:

    A boy and his family go camping just before school starts The boy is starting to grow up and be pushed to do things independently but he is reluctant to change On the camping trip a tiger appears and the boy and the tiger do things together t

  8. says:

    Some of the illustrations are truly spectacular but I could have used clarity for the story itself I think the tiger is meant to be imaginary but the way the young boy's parents behave isn't always consistent with that Even though the illustrations would be great for a read aloud I'm not sure I would feel comfortable sharing it with a class

  9. says:

    The writer is a novelist and it shows This is so unnecessarily wordy that I just started skipping bits while reading it out loud A boy and his family go camping A talking tiger shows up But the book isn't written in a playful way It's of a profound metaphor of um something The artwork is amazing I have no idea what the story was going for

  10. says:

    This book is very pretty But I can't decide if the metaphor works or not But it is very pretty

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