Rory is scared of being away from home for the first time, especially when his sleeping bag is so comfortable . . . but he doesn't want his parents treating him like a baby kit anymore. He'll get to stay up until morning if he sleeps over at his cousins' house. It could even help Rory conquer his biggest fear: starting Remarkable Raccoon Suburban School, which means nights away from his folks. Is Rory ready to show everyone—including his parents—that he's ready to go anywhere?
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Still, he didn’t feel happy when his parents weren’t nearby.” Rátz de Tagyos’s (Rooster Can’t Cock-A-Doodle-Doo ) appealing illustrations depict the accoutrements of a comfortable raccoon existence (Rory sleeps in a trout-shaped sleeping bag and empty tuna cans and apple cores litter his floor), ...Jun 18 2007 | Read Full Review of Ready, Set, School!