P.J. Funnybunny Camps Out

Written by Marilyn Sadler • Illustrated by Roger Bollen

Reviewed by Sarah V. (age 6)

This book is about friends that go camping where girls were not allowed. The boys did not do a good job at camping. The girls taught the boys a lesson. Read this story to find out how the boys learned a lesson in camping.

My favorite part was when P.J. Funnybunny and his friends got scared, because it made me feel a little funny inside. I felt funny inside when Honey Bunny and Donna Duck pretended to be ghosts. I like all the P.J. Funnybunny books that Marilyn Sadler wrote because P.J. is a funny character.

People who like to go camping will like to read this book because they camp outside in a tent. You will like how the boys got scared of the girls. They were in the deep woods and they went across a wide river. They use a flashlight at night too. You will like this book a lot!

Sarah V. is a student in Mrs. Weaver's 1st Grade Class