When Monk asks to camp out in his backyard for the first time, his parents say yes. But they're nervous. Will he be able to set up the tent? What will he eat for dinner? Will he be lonely without them?
Nothing bothers Monk, of course…until he wakes up in the middle of the night…without his mitt!
Monk and his parents both get to trade in fear for fun in this celebration of joys-and frights-of those first key steps toward independence.
⋆ "Practice makes perfect pitch-in more ways than one - in this clever picture book about giving one's all to a favorite pursuit." - Publishers Weekly, starred review
"McCully's mice are back - this time with words-to delight old fans and win new ones." - School Library Journal
Trim Size: 10" x 8 3/8"
Page Count: 32
Foreign Rights: Scholastic
Translation Rights: Scholastic
Rights Available? yes
This book is out of print, but available at your library.