Let's Go Camping with Mr. Sillypants by M.K. Brown

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In this companion to the Reading Rainbow review book Let's Go Swimming with Mr. Sillypants, Mr. Sillypants oversleeps on the day of his camping trip. As he trys to catch up, Mr. Sillypants soon gets lost. With his quirky behavior and colorful clothes, Mr. Sillypants is a hero who shows kids that fears are normal and that even grownups can't always do everything right. Full-color illustrations.
 

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Published May 10, 1995 by Knopf Books for Young Readers.
Genres: Children's Books.

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Abruptly there are two styles of drawing: the cartoony Mr. Sillypants, and his friends, who look like figures from a '90s sociology textbook--obviously multicultural and drawn in a serious, clip art style.

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Mr. Sillypants, nervous about learning to swim, dreams he is a fish, in this story about conquering a common fear.

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The amiable fellow then takes a nap and, in a diverting, wordless tale-within-a-tale, he discovers ``a charming cottage,'' wherein he sees three sandwiches, three toothbrushes and three beds--all of varying sizes.

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